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Albertine Grants

FUSED supports projects collaboratively conceived by French and American dance professional and institutions, fostering artistic exploration, encouraging intercultural dialogue, and contributing to its dynamism.

Touring Grants support the tour of French productions by artists based in France, as well as artists from the African continent, Middle East and the Caribbean provided there is a minimum of two presenters.

Eligibility & Guidelines

Touring projects involving choreographers based in France whose work has had limited exposure in the partner country.

Project should involve at least two different venues, or a series of multiples performances of the same artist.

Only non-profit organizations are eligible. For American organizations, proof of their 501(c)(3) status granted by the IRS is required.

American organizations must present a project that involves French or France-based artists (mainland and overseas).

The organization (presenting partner, university…) must show a clear financial and artistic commitment towards the project.

No grants are awarded to individual artists.

FUSED grants support up to 50% of the expenses related to the artistic project such as housing, per-diem, travel, visa expenses, equipment rentals related to the production. However, the grant cannot exceed the amount $15,000.

FUSED does not cover the operating and front of the house expenses of the presenting organization.

Calendar & Application

THE 2024 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS OPEN

APPLY HERE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 29, 2024
FOR PROJECTS TAKING PLACE BETWEEN MAY 1, 2024 & AUGUST 31, 2025

Please note that prior to the deadline, applicant organizations are encouraged to contact a FUSED representative to confirm the eligibility of their project and address any inquiries.

Contact

Louise Dodet
Program Officer
performingarts@albertinefoundation.org