First Round of the 2022 Domestic Conference Grant (for Organizers)
This grant is awarded to organizations holding conferences and is intended to subsidize the cost of conference organization and management.
Applications for the first round of the 2022 Domestic Conference Grant (for Organizers) are no longer being accepted.
The purpose of this grant is to invigorate Japanese contemporary art by supporting the exchange activities between those active in the field. Priority will be given to activities that expand the possibilities of the field and create new value through discussions of the practical problems and issues facing the Japanese contemporary art field and through sharing of information and experiences. In 2022, there will be two rounds of applications.
Support to cover part of the costs of holding conferences in Japan related to contemporary art
Period for Eligible Activities for the First Round of Applications
Conferences to be held between April 2022 and the end of March 2023.
Qualifications Necessary to Apply
Individuals who have been engaged in specialized duties in the fields of arts and culture for 3 years or more, or individuals who are judged as having similar expertise (based on information provided in their application form). Applications can be made by an individual or organization.
Size of the Grant
Expected total value to be distributed in the first round of applications: 2.5 million yen
How to Apply
Please submit applications via the online application system.
Documents to be submitted
Schedule from Application to Payment of the Grant
Cancellation / Postponement of Conference
In the event of cancellation or postponement of the conference, you must inform the Administrative Office immediately. If the event is canceled after the grant is issued, you will be asked to refund the grant. If the conference is postponed, you must inform us of the new date.
Submission of Report
Regarding Public Announcement of the Grant
Please note that the names of grant recipient individuals and organizations, as well as the name of the supported activity will be made public on the Foundation’s website and other publications, etc.
All copyrights of the deliverables related to this grant belong to the recipients of the grant.
When the Foundation produces public relations materials and publications related to this grant program, it may use the texts and images published in reports, etc. with prior permission.
Revocation of Eligibility and Refund of Grant
The applicant must not be involved with any antisocial forces.
Please submit applications after reading and understanding all the contents of these Application Guidelines.
All personal information obtained by the Foundation will only be used within the scope necessary to review, process and finalize the grant.
The Foundation shall not provide personal information to a third party without obtaining the consent of the relevant individual.
Please feel free to contact the Administrative Office for more details about grants via e-mail.
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