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The Japan Foundation Performing Arts Japan Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: The Japan Foundation
Program: The Japan Foundation Performing Arts Japan Grants
Eligibility: The proposed project must explicitly include educational and/or community outreach activities that enhance the audienceís appreciation of Japanese culture. The proposed project must be undertaken by professional artists. Grants are awarded only to U.S.‚Äźbased or Canada‚Äźbased nonprofit organizations and are subject to the relevant laws and regulations of the Japan Foundation. See more criteria at website.
Purpose: The PAJ Program Was Started By The Japan Foundation In 1994 With The Mission To Establish A System For Promoting Japanese Performing Arts In North America. The PAJ Program Supports The Initiatives Taken By Nonprofit Organizations In The United States And Canada To Provide Geographically Diverse Audiences With Greater Exposure To Japanese Performing Arts. PAJ Also Encourages Collaborations Between Japanese And American/Canadian Artists, Which Will Further An Appreciation Of Japanese Culture When Presented To Audiences In The United States And Canada.
Deadline: 10-21-2013
Quantity: Unknown
Period: July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015
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Information
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The Japan Foundation,New York PAJ Program 152 West 57th Street, 17th Floor New York,NY 10019,U.S.A. Phone: 212‚Äź489‚Äź0299 E‚Äźmail: paj_2014@jfny.org
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