Application Deadline: October 16, 2015
(To download the call in Kannada click here)
India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) invites project proposals for arts education in their schools from government school teachers in Karnataka. This initiative falls under the Kali-Kalisu initiative that aims to forge collaborations between teachers, the school community and local artists.
The purpose of these grants are to encourage teachers to look beyond their subject teaching and explore the possibilities in arts education, create opportunities for teachers and artists across disciplines to become joint stakeholders in the school community and enrich curriculum and classroom teaching through artistic interventions. We hope the grants will set in motion processes that will continue beyond the grant period.
WHO CAN SEND PROPOSALS:
Arts teachers, subject teachers and lecturers from the District Institutes of Education and Training (DIET) from government school contexts in Karnataka.
SCOPE OF THE PROJECT:
Projects undertaken could do any of the following:
Other long-term or short-term projects that engage with arts education in innovative and creative ways will also be considered.
REQUIREMENTS FROM TEACHERS SELECTED FOR GRANTS:
Your proposal should cover in detail:
Please address your application or any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
Programme Executive - Arts Education
India Foundation for the Arts,
'Apurva' Ground Floor, No 259, 4th Cross,
Raj Mahal Vilas 2nd Stage, 2nd Block,
Phone: 080-2341 4681 / 82
These grants are supported by Goethe Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan, Bangalore.
For more information on Kali-Kalisu, follow this link.