new Art new Audiences is an annual grant scheme open to artists, arts organisations and art collectives across East Africa and the UK to create new art to showcase to audiences
new Art new Audiences (nAnA)
Cultural partners across East Africa and the UK can apply in July each year for our annual new Art new Audiences grant. We receive exciting project ideas for artists, arts organisations and art collectives to work together across Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, and the UK.
We are excited to announce the 2017 nAnA grant winners:
Through the Textile Print Project, three young creatives from three East African countries will work together to create modern fashion textiles and present a collection in the UK in 2017.
Boutiq Foundation will be working with Owiny Singoma Band, Brownswood Recording and the Luo community in Uganda to add a twist to traditional Luo melodies.
The Future Trends Portal is an installation of contemporary African arts that is designed by East African artists, designers, musicians and thinkers.
Discover new artists, attend workshops and exhibitions through the Jalada Mobile Literary and Arts Festival.
This short film trilogy combines music, film and photography to highlight the beauty in the ordinary through a focus on mundane locations in Tanzania, Kenya, and the UK.
Discover what it takes to create a new outdoor dance production, which brings together disabled and non-disabled dancers from Kenya, Uganda and the UK.
Out of the Blue is a theatre project that explores themes of isolation, community and difference using broadcast platforms as part of the performance.
Exploring visual storytelling through illustration - using mag(zines), comics and art books.
Salooni is a pop-up hair salon and art installation that explores the politics woven through and straightened out of black hair. Look out for Salooni in Kigali and London in 2017.
Man the Unfree is a collaborative poetry performance that will explore our shared understanding of freedom by responding to the essay Man the Unfree by Ugandan poet Okot p’Bitek.
Components is a collaborative project where musicians, producers, festivals and venues in Kenya, Uganda and the UK showcase unique African rhythm signatures and storytelling styles.