Allocation of grants to independent performing arts

Posted on January 24th, by leikhopar1 in News. No Comments

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The Minister of Education, Science and Culture has approved a proposal from the Drama Council for grants to performing arts groups for 2020. A total of 105 applications were received from 97 performing arts groups and total funding applications for over ISK 625 million. The 10 Fingers puppet theater will receive the highest grant this year. 10,8 million. The applicants success rate is about 19 percent.

It has been decided to allocate ISK 93,9 million for 20 projects which are divided as follows: ten plays, one children’s show, one circus show, four dance works, one of which is a children’s dance, and four operas, one of which is a children’s opera.

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