Prince Claus Fund welcomes three new Network Partners

We're excited to announce the addition of three new network partners to our Network Partner Committee.  

32° East | Ugandan Arts Trust (Uganda), The Music in Africa Foundation (South Africa) and Arab Media Lab (Morocco) will join eleven other outstanding Network Partners as part of the Prince Claus Fund's Grants and Collaborations programme.

About the Network Partnership Grant: Network Partnership Grants are selected based on an annual Call for Proposals and active scouting by the Fund in order to identify relevant cultural initiatives doing ground-breaking work in the field of culture and development. The purpose of the Network Partnership Grant is to enable pioneering work and to secure longevity of excellent institutions in the working remit of the Fund. This year’s Call for new Network Partners focused on cultural organisations in Africa and The Middle East.

32° East Ugandan Arts Trust

32° East | Ugandan Arts Trust is an independent non-profit organisation focused on the creation and exploration of contemporary art in Uganda. Their multi-purpose resource centre is based in the capital city Kampala and includes studios, accommodation for artists in residence, a contemporary art library, computers & editing suites, meeting areas and outdoor workshop space. Their programme offers artists in residence and members one-on-one drop-in sessions for critique and professional development, workshops for practical skills and our regular discussion series, Artachat, for social engagement.

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The Music in Africa Foundation 

The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) is a non-profit, pan-African organisation with operations across Africa.  Their mission is to support the music sector through promoting knowledge exchange and creating opportunities and capacity for those who operate in the sector.  They do this in two ways: digitally via the Music In Africa website and offline through artist mobility programmes, workshops, training programmes, concerts, lobbying, conferences and other related initiatives.

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Arab Media Lab

Since its creation in 2010 in Morocco, the association Arab Media Lab project works to the diffusion of independent audio-visual creation and digital images, and develops actions of education to the image. Actions and festivals are created to contribute to personal and social change through the media arts. Their main activities are the Digital Marrakech festival and Media art Morocco workshops series and master classes. 

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