Deadline : 2 March 2018
Every year since 1973, the Japan Foundation has presented the Japan Foundation Awards to individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to promoting international mutual understanding and friendship between Japan and other countries through academic, artistic and other cultural pursuits. This year marks the 46th year of the awards and nominations are invited.
Candidates must be an individual person or an organization established inside or outside of Japan. Self-nominations, including nominations of an organization or head of an organization to which the nominator belongs, will not be considered.
To be considered for selection, candidates must be thoroughly involved in one or more of the following fields of activities that represent the core activities of the Japan Foundation: “Arts and Cultural Exchange,” “Japanese-Language Education Overseas,” and “Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange.”
Individuals or organizations that have significantly contributed to international cultural exchange and the enhancement of mutual understanding between Japan and other countries through the introduction or promotion of Japanese arts and culture abroad, or creative activities such as joint research or coproduction projects. Individuals or organizations that contributed to international cultural exchange and the enhancement of mutual understanding between Japan and other countries through the fields of photograph, cuisine culture, architecture, TV, game, animation, cartoon, sports, etc. are also eligible.
All nominations must be received by Friday, March 2, 2018.Next opportunity
Deadline: 15 July 2018 The program of artistic residencies of the French Institute of Morocco (IfM) initiated in 2012 continues with the 7th cal...read More
Deadline: 24 June. Grigri Pixel is a programme of residencies, workshops and seminars whose purpose is to explore the practices of cultural coop...read More
Deadline: 31 July 2018 Now in its 3rd year, the New Dimensions Lab brings together diverse African artists to learn Virtual Reality (VR) storyte...read More