KOTARO TANAKA SUDARE ATELIER, TAITO-KU, JAPAN | PHOTO: BAHBAK HASHEMI-NEZHAD
Round 14 of the Artists' International Development Fund (AIDF) is now open for applications
AIDF exists to facilitate international collaboration among artists and creative practitioners between the UK and other countries and is funded jointly by Arts Council England and the British Council.
Intended as a launchpad for the development of markets and audiences overseas, the fund advocates freelance and self-employed artists to broaden their horizons through work, travel and exploration by collaborating on a professional project, while also giving audiences the chance to enjoy talent from around the world.
Applicants should be based in England, in the early stages of career development and able to demonstrate interest generated within a host country (see guidelines). Creatives across all disciplines are encouraged to apply: creative producers, curators, editors and artists, as well as architects, fashion designers and designers.
How to apply
Please visit the Arts Council website here.
If you are a new applicant, please create an applicant profile which must be submitted for validation on our online application system by 5pm Wednesday 12 October.
You will not be able to start your application until your applicant profile has been validated.
The deadline for applications for this round is 5pm on Wednesday 26 October 2016.
Those who previously applied to round 11, 12 or 13 cannot apply.
Outcomes for this current round will be announced by Wednesday 14 December 2016 (project activity cannot commence prior to this date).
The Artists' International Development Fund has three rounds of funding each year. For annoucements of future funding rounds, follow our blog and Twitter.