nAnA is an annual (open call) grant for 18 to 35-year-old East African and British artists, arts organisations, and art collectives, to create new art together and to showcase this art to audiences across East Africa and the UK. nAnA is an annual (open call) grant for 18 to 35-year-old East African and British artists, arts organisations, and art collectives, to create new art together and to showcase this art to audiences across East Africa and the UK.

(new Art, new Audiences) nAnA is an annual grant for 18 to 35-year-old East African and British artists, arts organisations and collectives, to create new art together and to showcase this art to audiences across both regions.

Grants of up to £30,000 are available for you to work on a collaborative cultural project, so discover more and apply online  by the 13th of August 2017 to be a part of this exciting programme.

The nAnA grant is currently supporting 11 projects with over 30 partners from across Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and the UK.

Be inspired by some of last year's winners

 

An outdoor expression of art, inclusive
Stopgap Dance Company (UK), Pamoja Dance Group (Kenya) and Mambya Performing Arts Foundation (Uganda) will work together to run a research and development project for a new inclusive outdoor dance production to explore how people can overcome differences and push boundaries to make high-quality dance work.
Salooni is a pop-up hair salon and art installation that explores the politics woven through and straightened out of black hair, interspersed with silent and spoken theatrical performances: short film, art, performances, theatre and photography.