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[CALLING FOR APPLICATION] Japan Foundation's Program Guideline for FY 2021 – Arts and Cultural Exchange The Japan Foundation conducts programs for the three major areas of Arts and Cultural Exchange, Japanese-Language Education Overseas, Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange, as well as Strengthening Cultural Exchange in Asia. The latest version of the Program Guidelines provides information and requirement for individuals and organizations applying for international cultural exchange projects. Please check below for more details and application deadlines. Should you have any further enquiries regarding the programs, kindly contact us at Click the link for more info on the Guideline: **** ARTS AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE The Japan Foundation organizes programs to introduce various aspects of Japanese arts and culture all over the world. In addition, it promotes networking and human resources development in arts and cultural fields by interactive collaboration/co-production, and through dispatching and invitation of specialists. Exhibitions Abroad Support Program Application Deadline: 1 December 2021 Eligibility: Overseas museums and art institutions Application Instruction/Form: (Please refer program number 2) Support Program for Translation and Publication on Japan Application Deadline: 20 November 2021 Eligibility: Publishing companies outside of Japan Application Instruction/Form: (Please refer program number 4) ***** Ishibashi Foundation/The Japan Foundation Fellowship for Research on Japanese Art Application Deadline: 1 December 2021 Eligibility: Overseas individual Application Instruction/Form: (Please refer program number 5) [IMPORTANT NOTICE: RESPONSE TO THE SPREAD OF COVID-19] When concerning applications, please take into account the COVID-19 situation, and be aware that appropriate measures may be required in accordance with the regulations and instructions of the relevant authorities. Please understand that the Japan Foundation may cancel projects (including the revocation of grant decisions) or change the content of programs, depending on the epidemic situation.

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