The Biennale is one of the oldest and most prestigious international exhibitions of architecture, showcasing leaders in contemporary design and architecture from around the world.
The Biennale is a unique opportunity to reach non-traditional and underserved audiences (e.g., youth, urban communities,
and people with disabilities) and the U. S. Department of State has special interest in engaging these audiences through outreach activities associated with the exhibition.
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The applicant organization must have a U. S. curator assigned to organize the exhibition.
Independent curators wishing to submit a proposal must seek affiliation with a non-profit organization or educational institution.
Curators must be U. S. citizens or have permanent resident status in the U. S. Architects and designers whose work is proposed for representation at the Biennale must be U. S. Citizens.
Cost Sharing or Matching: As stated above, this program requires significant cost sharing.
Applicants are required to include funding from other donors.
Past experience has shown that the overall cost of mounting an exhibition is considerably higher than actual U. S. Government funding.Full Opportunity Web Address:https://mygrants.servicenowservices.com/grants?id=grants_funding_opportunity&table=u_domestic_funding_opportunity&sys_id=d49ca6ff1b050910734243f1f54bcb4c&view=DefaultContact: Agency Email Description:
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2022-02-02Application Due Date: Archive Date: