|The Arts Practice programme supports critical practice in the arts. It encourages practitioners working across artistic disciplines to question and critique existing norms through their practice. The programme seeks to foreground a culture where arts practice is constantly being shaped and articulated through experimentation and critical dialogue.|
|Proposals are invited from practitioners, for projects that could:|
The programme is open to multiple readings of the ‘critical’ and encourages practitioners to articulate this in their own context.
Proposals will be accepted under the following grant categories:
Grants may be available for dissemination of work that has been created with IFA support. These dissemination projects can be developed through interactions with the programme officer. Grant amount will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
Who can apply?
How can you apply?
To apply, please send us a short note describing
Draft proposals in audio/video format are welcome too. Applicants can also visit the IFA office to share their project ideas with the team. For this, please arrange a meeting with the programme officer in advance.
This programme does not follow an annual schedule, and welcomes applications through the year.
With a view to contribute to discourse in language contexts, IFA specifically encourages proposals in Indian languages other than English.
To read the call in other Indian languages, click here
If your proposal falls within the ambit of the programme, the process of developing and evaluating proposals might take up to three months. Please bear this in mind when you apply to us. You can expect to hear from us within two weeks of receipt of your draft proposal.
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