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Re: Grants for Africa Study

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Beth Kanter (kanter)
Sun, 19 Jan 1997 17:05:42 -0500

I don't know the answer to your specific questions, but here are a few
places to look for the answers on the Web:

Check out Arts International Web site -- if you
don't match their program criteria, check out the links on their page.

The NEA International Arts Office published a World Arts Guide on Arts
Wire's gopher. I have it in a collection called "Arts Gophers of the
World." The guide is a couple of years old and not sure if they have
updated it, but the url is:
You should be able to find information about the NEA's international
program on their Web site at
It was published by the International Office -- here's the contact info:
Merianne Liteman
Director, International
x 726
Silvio Lim
International Specialist
x 726

Do check out the Arts Wire Money Tour (where to find arts money on the Web) It is a
great jumping off point for researching funding opportunities!

Beth Kanter
Arts Wire Network Coordinator
SpiderSchool Cybrarian

At 06:50 PM 1/7/97 -0400, karen d. palcho wrote:
>Hi. I am looking for grants/funding for a 4 week arts/culture tour of the
>Cote D'Ivoire. It's a program run by Drew College in NJ. I have all kind of
>grant listings inluding the obvious NAEA recent posting and other common
>sources. Grants for travel are uncommon. The reason someone might want to
>fund this is that I produce useful educational materials from arts travel
>and try to share what I learn and see. I have given numerous presentations
>on Nicaraguan Ceramics to school and community groups all over PA since I
>travelled there 3 summers ago. This is for an 11th grade course "A Global
>Perspective on the Arts." It started as a degree thesis and was developed
>though a Council for Basic Education grant a few years ago. I develop it
>now through travel to 'see the real thing.'
Beth Kanter Arts Wire Network Coordinator kanter