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    • Aitysh Public Fund

    • "Aitysh" Public Fund

      Aitysh Public Fund is a charitable organization, which aims to promote and develop culture throughout Kyrgyzstan. Founded by public figure, producer and director Sadyk Sher-Niyaz in 2001 in the capital of Bishkek, the structure of the Fund consists of the Union of Improvised Singing ‘Aitysh’, Film Production ... Read »


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    • Antonio Gala Foundation

    • The Antonio Gala Foundation for Young Artists (Fundación Antonio Gala para jóvenes artistas) is a private non-profit organization dedicated to fostering artistic creation . It is registered in the Register of Foundations of the Ministry of Culture of Spain , recognizing the general interest of its purposes. Foun ... Read »


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    • Arts Foundation of New Zealand

    • A facilitator of private philanthropy, the Arts Foundation of New Zealand supports artistic excellence through its permanent Endowment fund. Legacies help grow the fund, with income generated enabling the foundation to run. Donations from Patrons of the Arts Foundation are awarded directly to artists at the annual New ... Read »


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    • Arts Initiative KNIE

    • Arts Initiative KNIE was founded as an initiative for contemporary art in 1995 in Oberndorf bei Salzburg. It is the origin of the stolperstein project in Braunau am Inn District. Influenced by the concept of intervention, the Arts Initiative KNIE sees itself as an intermediary and a critical voice. The Arts Initiativ ... Read »


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    • Artspace in Richmond, Virginia

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      Artspace in Richmond, Virginia began in 1988 and is a non-profit, artist-run 501-C3 gallery and performance space currently located south of the James River in the Manchester area of the city at Zero East 4th Street in the art complex Plant Zero. The gallery began as Artspace 1306 in a donated, rent-free space at 1306 ... Read »


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    • Asociación de Mujeres en las Artes Visuales (MAV)


    • Association of Illustrators

    • The Association of Illustrators (AOI) was established in the United Kingdom in 1973 as the trade association for illustration, to advance and protect illustrator's rights. The AOI promotes and encourages commercial and ethical standards within the industry, to improve the standing of illustration as a profession. It a ... Read »


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    • Atopia Projects

    • Atopia Projects is an arts organization based in the United States, France and the UK. Founded in 1999 by Gavin Morrison (France & UK) and Fraser Stables (USA) Atopia Projects has curated a variety of exhibitions and published numerous books related to the field of contemporary art. ... Read »


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    • Beirut Art Residency

    • Beirut Art Residency (BAR) is an artist-run interdisciplinary residency based in Beirut, Lebanon. Beirut Art Residency (BAR) was founded in 2015 by Amar A. Zahr. The space is constantly active, offering a two-month residency programme to as many as four artists at a time. The artist-in-residence program aims to st ... Read »


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    • Center on Contemporary Art

    • The Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) is a non-profit located in Seattle, Washington. CoCA was founded in 1980 by a group of artists, art patrons and arts activists. Since its inaugural exhibition (James Turrell's "Four Light Installations", 1982, at the Lippy Building in Pioneer Square), CoCA has provided continuous p ... Read »


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    • Delphic Games of the modern era

    • Delphic Games of the modern era involve presentations, exhibitions, competitions and other activities in six different fields of art. They are inspired by the Delphic Games of ancient Greece. One of the four Panhellenic Games were the Pythian Games in Delphi. Held every four years, they included competitions in at ... Read »


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    • El Centro Cultural de Mexico

    • El Centro Cultural de Mexico is an alternative space in Santa Ana, Orange County, California, where the community can find cultural, educational, and artistic activities that strengthen their identities, develop their talents and develop a sense of leadership in their community. By engaging Orange County residents and ... Read »


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    • First Open Youth European Delphic Games

    • From 2 to 7 of May, 2014 in Volgograd were held the First Open Youth European Delphic Games were held under the Patronage of UNESCO. 721 young artists from 26 countries took part in 17 nominations of the contest and festival program of the Games. The organizers, guests, participants got the greetings of the President ... Read »


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    • Frame Contemporary Art Finland

    • Frame Contemporary Art Finland (previously Frame Visual Art Finland) is a foundation whose mission is to promote Finnish contemporary art internationally. Frame supports international projects, awards grants to artists and art professionals, facilitates professional partnerships, and acts as an information centre for ... Read »


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    • Hulu Culture

    • Hulu Culture (文化葫蘆)

      Hulu Culture (traditional Chinese: 文化葫蘆; simplified Chinese: 文化葫芦) is a Hong Kong based non-profit organisation established in 2009 dedicated to protecting Hong Kong traditional culture and heritage. Based in Kwai Chung Town in the New Territories, it is partly funded by the Hong ... Read »


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    • İçel Sanat Kulübü


    • International Delphic Committee

    • The International Delphic Committee is the organization which prepares and holds the modern Delphic Games. Their headquarters are located in Russia (officially registered in 2003) Among main priorities of activities is holding the Delphic Games, popularization and development of the International Delphic Movement, sea ... Read »


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    • Jairos Jiri Association

    • A philanthropic organisation set up in 1950 in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (now called Zimbabwe) to support and train disadvantaged people. The founder, Jairos Jiri, using Christian principles, wanted to help individuals who previously had been marginalized and rejected. Initially the association supported arts endeavors and tr ... Read »


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    • Labyrinth of Buda Castle

    • From 1983 to 2011, Labyrinth of Buda Castle was the biggest exhibition of the cave- and cellar system of Buda Castle. Since this exhibition collective had been operating for decades, many identified it with the entirety of the Várhegy cavern, wrongly. It got worldwide attention first in 2000, when it was named o ... Read »


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    • Liga de Escritores y Artistas Revolucionarios

    • The Liga de Escritores y Artistas Revolucionarios (LEAR; English: “League of Revolutionary Writers and Artists”) was a Mexican association of revolutionary artists and writers. It was established in the house of its first president Leopoldo Méndez in 1933 from the disbanded "Sindicato de Trabajadores Té ... Read »


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    • OISTAT

    • OISTAT – International Organisation of Scenographers, Theatre Architects, and Technicians is a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded 1968 in Prague, Czech Republic. According to its founding name, the organization is mainly a network for theatre designers, theatre architects and theatre technicians around th ... Read »


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    • One/Off Printmakers


    • Proyectarte

    • ProyectArte is an arts education nonprofit based in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in New York City. The organization operates a school for young artists between the ages of 15-29 in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Crespo, as well as an art gallery called Prima. ... Read »


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    • Richmond Printmaking Workshop

    • Richmond Printmaking Workshop (1978-1991), also known as RPW, was a printmaking studio and workshop designed for experienced printmakers in Richmond, Virginia. It was founded by artist Nancy David, a former printmaking instructor assisting Marilyn Bevilaqua at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts studio school, and Gail Mc ... Read »


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    • SIGNIS

    • SIGNIS (official name: World Catholic Association for Communication) is a Roman Catholic lay ecclesial movement for professionals in the communication media, including radio, television, cinema, video, media education, Internet and new technology. It is a non-profit organization with representation from over 100 countr ... Read »


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    • Society for Artistic Research (SAR)

    • The Society for Artistic Research (SAR) is an international nonprofit, artistic and scientific society devoted to developing, linking and disseminating internationally Artistic Research as a specific practice of producing knowledge. SAR also aims to facilitate co-operation and communication among those interested in th ... Read »


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    • Space for Pan African Research Creation and Knowledge

    • Space for Pan African Research Creation and Knowledge

      Space for Pan African Research Creation and Knowledge (SPARCK) is a multi-sited, multi-disciplinary project founded in 2008 in collaboration with The Africa Centre. It is structured around a series of residencies for artists from across Africa and the African diaspora working in numerous media and styles, a wide range ... Read »


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    • Statens Kunstfond

    • Statens Kunstfond is the principal Danish state funded arts foundation founded by a special Law on 27 May 1964. Statens Kunstfond alongside the (English sometimes State Arts Council now Danish Agency for Culture) allocates funds provided by the Ministry of Culture (). It is overseen and administered by the (Danish C ... Read »


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