Online Workshop - Apply for the FEDORA Prizes

Author: FEDORA

Join this online workshop if you want to learn how to apply for the FEDORA Prizes 2021 and get the chance to win up to €225,000 for your next artistic projects!

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The next generation of artists needs to be supported in times of need. If your organisation is seeking funding opportunities, you can apply for the FEDORA Prizes 2021 and get the chance to win up to €225,000 for your artistic projects!

Join the FEDORA Team this Thursday, 5 November either from 11:30-12:00 (CET) or from 17:00-17:30 (CET) for an online workshop which will help you prepare an application for the next edition of the FEDORA Prizes.

Whether you want to learn more about the Prizes competition or you have specific questions about the application procedure, this online workshop is for you!

FEDORA has established four Prizes:
- FEDORA Opera Prize (€75,000)
- FEDORA - VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Prize for Ballet (€50,000)
- FEDORA Education Prize (€50,000)
- FEDORA Digital Prize (€50,000)

These Prizes are awarded to promising artistic teams of cultural institutions who collaborate on the creation of new innovative opera or ballet productions.

With the support of the Prizes Sponsors Generali, Van Cleef & Arpels and Kearney and expert partners Opera Europa, RESEO and IMZ International Music + Media Centre.



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