AFAC’s Visual Arts grant supports the production and exhibition of painting, sculpture, photography, installations, video and sound art, art publications, and multimedia works.

The Visual Arts grant program provides annual grants of up to USD 20,000 for individuals and teams, and up to USD 35,000 for collectives and institutions.



WHO CAN APPLY


AFAC welcomes proposals from individuals from Arab countries (22 member states of the Arab League), regardless of their place of residence, citizenship, or ethnic and national identification.

AFAC also accepts proposals from local, regional, and international institutions and organizations whose projects are related to arts and culture from the Arab region. These include artistic and cultural institutions, galleries, venues, and both nonprofit and for-profit entities.


Ineligible candidates

To avoid any conflict of interest or favoritism, members of the AFAC board of trustees and AFAC staff members, their business partners, or family members are not eligible to apply.

Likewise, members of the current year’s reader and juror committees cannot apply for the categories they are evaluating.

Recipients of grants in two consecutive years will not be eligible to apply for the next two consecutive years. For example, if you received a grant in 2021 and another one in 2022, you will only be eligible to apply in 2025.

Applicants with a current open grant are also ineligible to apply.


WHAT DOES THE GRANT COVER


AFAC grants are intended for project production, including research and development phases. They may cover project-related expenses, including but not limited to materials, space or equipment rentals, and fees for artistic and technical labor and collaboration.

An artist or institutional fee of not more than 30% of the total grant amount is also an allowable expense. If you are hesitant about how this works, you can always contact us with questions before submitting your final budget.

Given the high demand for production support, AFAC cannot guarantee that all selected grantees will receive their requested amounts in full. We encourage applicants to diversify their sources of funding whenever possible.

AFAC does not offer mobility grants, but travel expenses that are part of a project’s implementation and/or research may be covered by the grant.

AFAC will not provide support retroactively to projects that have already been completed.

For projects that have already started, we cover only expenses occurring after the agreement's signature date.

AFAC launches two open calls every year for its different grant programs. The first is open to applications for Creative and Critical Writings, Documentary Film, Performing Arts, and Visual Arts grants. The second call is open to applications for Cinema, Music, Documentary Photography and Training & Regional Events grants. Each applicant (individual or institution) can only submit one application during each open call.


HOW TO APPLY


Applications are only accepted through the online forms available here.

Applications submitted via regular mail or email will not be considered.

Applicants will receive a confirmation email once their application has been successfully submitted.

Please make sure your application is complete with all the requested supporting materials before submitting it. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

We encourage you to read the full application form before applying.

You can find a preview of the application here:
Visual Arts grant application form for individuals
Visual Arts grant application form for teams
Visual Arts grant application form for collectives
Visual Arts grant application form for institutions


Supporting material

You are required to submit supporting material and samples for the project you are applying for. Supporting documents are essential to help the reader and juror committees understand your artistic approach as well as the overall feasibility of your project.

We will not consider applications without this material and will not contact you about any missing documents or samples. If you are in doubt about what documents to include, please reach out to us before submitting your application. We are happy to help guide you through this process.

Please review the supporting materials checklist.


HOW ARE PROJECTS SELECTED


Evaluation And selection process

When the call for applications is closed, our grants management team will review all received applications to make sure they are complete and adhere to our guidelines. Applications that do not meet our eligibility criteria or that are missing required materials will be disqualified.

The grants management team will send all eligible applications to an independent committee of readers, who will evaluate them according to our evaluation criteria to arrive at a first selection. The latter will then be sent to an independent jury committee, which will evaluate them according to the same criteria. The jury committee then meets to discuss the applications and reach a final selection decision. You can find more information about our selection process here.


Announcement

We announce selected projects on our website and social media platforms with a statement from the jury committee.

Applicants will also receive an email before the announcement informing them whether or not their application was selected for a grant.


WHAT HAPPENS NEXT


Grant agreement

Upon selection, our grants management team will draft an agreement to be signed between AFAC and each grantee.

We expect projects to be completed within a maximum of two years from the signature of the grant agreement and any extension should be requested and approved in writing.

If you are not granted the requested amount in full, you will be asked to submit an updated budget.

If the amount you are granted is more than USD 10,000 but does not cover your full project budget, you will be asked to show proof that you have secured at least 50% of the remaining budget and can continue with the project.

The grants management team is available to help answer any questions and guide you through this process.


Reporting

Grantee reports are a routine part of our grantmaking process and help us know more about your project while also learning how to improve our grantmaking process. You will be expected to report on the project’s overall progress as well as on its expenditures through narrative and financial reports.

You will be informed of the types of reports and documents you must submit and can always contact us with questions.


Payment conditions and schedule

For grants that are less than USD 10,000
Prerequisite
1st transfer (70% of total grant) Signature of the grant agreement.
2nd transfer (30% of total grant) Submission and approval of final narrative and financial reports and outputs.
For grants that are above USD 10,000
Prerequisite
1st transfer (50% of total grant) Proof of availability of 50% of the remaining project budget and signature of the grant agreement.
2nd transfer (35% of total grant) Expenditure of no less than 80% of the grant amount and submission and approval of interim narrative and financial reports.
3rd transfer (15% of total grant) Submission and approval of final narrative and financial reports and outputs.

AFAC acknowledgment

AFAC does not own any material or moral rights arising from the supported projects.

While grantees are contractually required to indicate AFAC’s support in their project communication, we consider them as natural partners in our pursuit of sustainability for the Arab cultural scene. Your endorsement and mention of AFAC in media, festivals, platforms, and other avenues help shed light on the importance of our work in supporting arts and culture and allow us to continue assisting future generations of artists.

Grantees are required to use the AFAC logo and complete title (The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture) according to our guidelines in all their project publications and deliverables (trailers, films, books, CDs, posters, etc.), as well as to indicate AFAC’s support in any press releases, interviews, or outreach materials. We will provide you with these guidelines with the grant agreement.

Grantees are also required to provide AFAC with print or digital copies of the final product and/or invitations to the final output events, as well as any related media. We might use media from supported projects in our noncommercial print and digital publications.

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Temporary Gallery. Centre for Contemporary Art  •  Visual Arts  •  2019  •  Germany

Samandal 3000

Samandal Comics Association  •  Visual Arts  •  2019  •  Lebanon

PainFortable

Mohamad Abusal  •  Visual Arts  •  2015  •  Palestine

Dry

Abdo Shanan  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Algeria

My Imaginary Country

Bady Dalloul  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Syria

Capital

Basma Al Sharif  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Palestine

Terrible Sounds

Philip Rizk  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Egypt

Triangles of Views

Fethi Sahraoui  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Algeria

EcoRove: Shifting Territories and the Displaced

Iyad Abou Gaida, Jumanah Abbas, Em Joseph  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Lebanon

The Secret Garden: A Tale in Eight Chapters

Nour Ouayda  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Lebanon

Till Transit

Mustafa Saeed  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Somalia

Sura

Sara Ouhaddou  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Morocco

Lose Weight Now, Ask Me How

Nour El Safoury  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Egypt

Claudia Al Rashoud: Picturing Kuwait (1979-1999)

Hend Alawadhi  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Kuwait

In a Grain of Wheat, Cultivating Ancient Culture in Seed DNA

Wafaa Bilal  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Iraq

Camouflaged Narratives

Amani Yacoub  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Palestine

M'tember

Louise Dib  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Algeria

Second Jenin’s Contemporary Art Exhibition

Fragments Theatre  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Palestine

Loo May Wax?

Younes Baba-Ali  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Morocco

Micro-Resistances

Marwa Arsanios  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Lebanon

Cairocomix 6

The Ninth Art  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Egypt

The Spectacle (33 Islands)

Mariam Alnoaimi  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Bahrain

La Calima

Hiba Ismail  •  Visual Arts  •  2020  •  Sudan

The Collapse of the Contemporary Art Factory

Ahmed Shawky Hassan  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Egypt

Bridging Narratives: An Image, an Art Work and a Story

Vera Tamari  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Palestine

As Much as I Can

Mohamed Elmahdaoui  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Morocco

عِلْقْ - Elq

Ahmad Baba  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Lebanon

How shall we greet the sun

Thana Faroq  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Yemen

Searching for the New Dress

Nour Shantout  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Syria

Barüde

Omar El Beharey  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Egypt

The Gold

Sabrina Belouaar  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Algeria

Re-imagining Return to the Marshes

Tamara Abdul Hadi  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Iraq

A Pedagogy of Games

Rami Chahine  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Lebanon

The Queer Arab Glossary

Marwan Kaabour  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Lebanon

Machi Mashy, or in Other Words

Engy Mohsen, Soukaina Joual  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Egypt

127 Days

Noor Abuarafeh  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Palestine

Publication Mustaqel

40Mustaqel  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Egypt

Le Flatta 2022: 6th Land Art Festival Tangier Tetouan Al Hoceïma

Zanka90 Association for Culture  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Morocco

Intimacy in the Apocalyptic Phase

Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and Research  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Palestine

Art Residencies

General Union of Cultural Centers - Shababek  •  Visual Arts  •  2021  •  Palestine

22 Days in Between

Salih Basheer  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Sudan

The Patterns of Ferdousse

Mouna Karray  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Tunisia

Beauties of the Town

Inass Yassin  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Palestine

I Divide my Body into Multiple Bodies

Hosam Elsawah  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Egypt

Cluster of Matter

Bochra Taboubi  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Tunisia

Borj El Mechkouk

Driss Aroussi  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Morocco

Âabide L'Kadia

Abdessamad El Montassir  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Morocco

Weld El Guénaria

Fakhri Ghezal  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Tunisia

The Small, Old House by the Sea

Ala Tannir  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Lebanon

Al Ma'rad

Nadi Abusaada  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Palestine

The Mothership: A Natural Dye Garden (Tangier)

Yto Barrada  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Morocco

Correspondent Species

Lara Tabet  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Lebanon

I Can II Everything Else: A Cartography of Indignation

Jad Youssef  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Lebanon

Hamid Zénati: All-Over

Stiftung Haus der Kunst München  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Germany

Solo Exhibition by Lydia Ourahmane

Mercer Union  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Canada

The City as an Archive (working title)

Palestinian Art Court -Al Hoash  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Palestine

Decaying Bank: To Visually Reproduce Khartoum

The Muse multi studios  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Sudan

Vanishing Point: Reflections on the Residency in Agony (working title)

Engineering Commune  •  Visual Arts  •  2022  •  Palestine

La Chambre 7m2 de luttes

Montasser Drissi  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Morocco

A Portmanteau (working title)

Hiba Ismail  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Sudan

The Watchman (working title)

Ali Cherri  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Lebanon

The Land Was Well Past Its Zenith

Rita Mahfouz  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Lebanon

Alolbah

Laila Demashqieh and Rand Abdul Nour  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Jordan

Things Went Out of Control

Mahmoud Youssef  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Egypt

Hassan al-Wazzan

Mounir Ayache  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Morocco

Dusk Air at Closing Time

Mohamed A. Gawad  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Egypt

Will the Archive of the Future Include Our House?

Nuha Innab  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Jordan

Between Our Hands

Badr El Hammami  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Morocco

The Right to a Memory

Abdo Shanan  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Algeria

No Place for You Here

Afraa Ahmed  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Yemen

Overcome the Possible Future

Dahleez Collective  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Palestine

Wild Hedges

Al-Wah'at Collective  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Palestine

B’AV-Lab: B’sarya Audio Visual Laboratory Vol. 2

B'sarya for Arts  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Egypt

Tilawin Now

Tilawin Collective  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Algeria

Frictional Conversations - Printed Matters with Sonic Reverberations

Lammah  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Lebanon

1000 Socialist Villages

Rhizome  •  Visual Arts  •  2023  •  Algeria