Fedora Digital Prize: Shortlist Announced!
See who made it to the next round!
© FEDORA Platform
The race for the 2022 round of FEDORA Platform funding is heating up, with the shortlist for their biennial Digital Prize announced in late June at a special event in Prague, alongside their endowments for Opera, Dance + Education!
Featuring a grand total of 38 projects from 29 countries and 124 organisations, the FEDORA Prizes shortlist features some of the world’s most cutting-edge cultural projects; the next step – announcing the nominees – is scheduled for the Golden Prague International Television Festival on 21-24 September! The recipients of FEDORA and Opera Europa's Next Stage Grants, which support innovation in opera and dance, were also announced.
Always eager to promote innovation and creativity within the performing arts industry, the IMZ is proud to participate in the judging as an Expert Partner. The FEDORA Digital Prize is awarded every two years and is endowed with €50,000, plus the support of project partner Kearney.
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