The Third Evaluation for the ‘Kizuna’ Exchange Programme Has Been Carried Out

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

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

The procedure is the following: the selection jury evaluates the submitted applications, selects the projects and recommends it, i.e. forwards it to the EU-Japan Fest for confirmation, which will be followed by the final decision on selection of candidates.

The selection jury, after the selection, decided to recommend the project idea by the candidate Branko Kordić.

The total amount of the financial grant for realisation of the study trip for the selected candidate is 100,000 yen.

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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