First Candidates for Japan Have Been Recommended

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The ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation has carried out first evaluation within the public call for financial support to local artists and cultural workers for realisation of study and research trip to Japan within the ‘Kizuna’ exchange programme.

This project, which is realised in cooperation with EU-Japan Fest organisation, encourages mobility of members of Novi Sad cultural scene and establishes cooperation with Japanese cultural organisations and artists.

The first phase of the evaluation of the proposed projects has been done by the selection panel of the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation. The suggested projects are sent to EU-Japan Fest for confirmation, which will be followed by the final decision on selection of candidates. The total amount of the financial grant for realisation of the study trip for applicants is 100,000 yen.

The selection panel has decided to recommend the following candidates and their project ideas:

– Biljana Jelkić
– Tanja Šovanj
– Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić
– Dragan Vojvodić

We would like to remind that the public call for ‘Kizuna’ programme is continuously open, and that expert services of the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation will continue to work on development of suggested projects with all candidates in order to provide help with drafting successful applications.

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