THE JAPAN FOUnDATION, LOS ANGELES GRANT

Mini Grant for Japanese Arts & Culture

The Japan Foundation Los Angeles office (JFLA) accepts applications for projects that take place within the 13 states west of Rocky Mountains listed below for the JFLA Grant throughout the year. This grant aims to support projects that will enhance further understanding of Japanese arts and culture.
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Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming
*For projects originating in other 37 states, please visit New York office website for additional information.

Application Deadline: 3 months prior to the beginning date of the project

 

THE JAPAN FOUNDATION GRANT

Program Guidelines and Application Forms: FY2017 (April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018)

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Exhibitions Abroad Support Program

This program is designed to support museums and art institutions overseas that organize exhibitions introducing Japanese art and culture to audiences overseas. In addition, this program is designed to support overseas international exhibitions such as biennials/triennials introducing Japanese artists and their works.
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Application Deadline: Closed
Notification of Results: April, 2017

  

 

Support Program for Translation and  Publication on Japan

This program is designed to provide financial assistance for foreign publishers to translate and/or publish Japan-related books. The grant shall cover part of the translation cost and/or publishing cost (paper cost, plate-making cost, printing cost, binding cost, etc.).
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Application Deadline: Closed
Notification of Results: April, 2017

  

 

PERFORMING ARTS JAPAN (PAJ)

This program is designed to provide financial assistance for performances or co-productions in North America that aim to introduce Japanese performing arts to local audiences.

Application Deadline: Closed

*For more information on eligibility, grant coverage, assessment criteria etc, please visit The Japan Foundation, New York website: http://www.jfny.org/arts_and_culture/paj.html

  

U.S. and European Museum Infrastructure Support Program

This program aims to provide the Japanese art divisions of major museums in the field of Japanese art with various support to develop human resources and art collections, which are important components of an infrastructure for museum activities, and to further promote the exhibition of Japanese art to local people. Since support will be provided to the selected institutions for more than one year, we do not necessarily solicit applications every year.

Application Deadline: Closed