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Submit Applications for Research on Arts Program

Submit Applications for Research on Arts Program


Deadline: 16-Aug-21

The Research on the Arts Program (RAP) is a joint program between the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) and the Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS) which aims to support research on all artistic practices across disciplinary boundaries and methodological approaches on key themes of concern to, and in, the Arab region.

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RAP is open to a wide range of writing and research strategies and a variety of audiences. However, the research output must include a written component, where concepts and theory, context, connections, reflections, and systematic investigations are shown and communicated.

The program aims at canvassing a broad range of research proposals from across different countries, disciplines and professions. They also highly encourage analytical research that studies more than one country or region, interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral collaborations, and comparative perspectives.

RAP seeks to promote and develop the field of research on the art in the Arab region, a geographical and cultural space rich with art legacies and contemporary art practices waiting to be researched and analyzed. It seeks to empower the production of different kinds of academic and artistic knowledge that adds value to the field.

Top Dutch Donors that fund internationally to improve livelihoods in communities

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Open to artists, practitioners and academics, RAP encourages these to undertake critical research on different aspects of the arts using experimental approaches that seek to create new openings in understanding art and culture in the region.

RAP supports research on the arts, with an interest in what it reveals about aesthetics, and what it uncovers about society, as well as the interplay between them. Social, economic and political contexts matter, and they encourage social scientists and artists working collaboratively or independently to engage with the surrounding environment and examine the role of artists and the arts in the wider community. They are interested in research that unpacks art as a subject of study, as well as the role of social, economic and political processes in shaping artistic practices, production and dissemination, and vice-versa.

Funding Information
Grants are available to individual researchers (up to USD 15,000), teams of researchers or collectives (up to USD 25,000), and institutions (up to USD 35,000).
Grants are for the duration of 18 months for individuals, teams and collectives (starting February 2022 and ending July 2023) and for up to 24 months for institutions (starting February 2022 and ending February 2024).
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Arts as part of everyday life
Historical and contemporary art practices
The temporality and spatiality of artistic practices and related knowledge production
History of art
Folk art
Arts and the environment
Research on archives related to the arts
Art and the state
Pop culture
Meaning and impact of art
Art in exile
Genres of artistic writing
Forms and functions of artistic works
Art/society relationships
Suppressed and marginalized art histories and practices
Artistic production, circulation, consumption and audience
Eligibility Criteria
Applicants must be citizens of an Arab country (defined as a member of the League of Arab States) or nationals of an Arab country (defined as long-term residents, even if they do not hold citizenship as in the case of refugees or stateless residents) and must be based in the Arab region.
For more information, visit https://www.arabculturefund.org/Programs/8

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