A group can apply but the application must be filled in the name of only one person. It is then possible to indicate in the application form that the artist will work with several people / other artists. No matter how many people works with the candidate, the amount of the grant will remain the same, i.e. € 1,500.
No, this call is reserved for artists. Agencies and managers cannot therefore apply.
If something does not seem clear to you, you can ask us to explain it by being specific about what you do not understand (by e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org). If you don’t understand English or French well, ask someone you know to help you.
All artists can apply as long as their project meets the selection criteria.
All artistic and creative disciplines are permitted as long as the final projects / works can be transmitted and broadcasted online.
No, it is not possible to apply if you do not have a bank account in your name.
Only applicants who reside in the mentioned countries are eligible. As a reminder, the countries included in this call are : Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal, Rwanda, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Uganda.
No, there is no age limit to apply.
The languages of this program are English and French, so you need to be able to speak one of them in order to communicate with us. Nevertheless, concerning the language of your work, it is up to you, you can choose the language you want.
There is no specific length for these. We’d just like you to show us your experience.
The projects will be selected by the members of the jury. This jury is composed of three English-speaking members and three French-speaking members. Among the six members of the jury : two members from the cultural sector on the African continent, a Belgian Afro-descendant member, two members of Africalia’s team and a partner member of the Belgium program.
The Africalia team will announce the official list of selected artists on June 30 through its regular communication channels.