Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – 26 May 2020 |Warehouse421, the home-grown arts and design center dedicated to showcasing and nurturing creative prod
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – 26 May 2020 |Warehouse421, the home-grown arts and design center dedicated to showcasing and nurturing creative production across the region, launched Warehouse421 Project Revival Fund, part of the program that aims to alleviate the disruption affecting the creative production impacted by the challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Visual artists, curators, literary creatives, designers and musicians in the MENASA region, are encouraged to apply online to receive monetary packages that can go up to $2000.
Applications are available on Warehouse421’s website in both Arabic and English, and the deadline for submission is 30 May 2020.
Notes to Editors:
- Applicants must be over 21 years of age.
- Applicants affected by the cancellation of projects as a direct result of COVID-19.
- Applicants must be based in the MENASA region.
- Projects must be engaging with issues that are relevant to the region.
- Applications must be for in-process projects that have been affected.
- Eligible Applicants are the ones not currently receiving financial support for their practice.
For more information visit www.warehouse421.ae
Alternatively, you can join the conversation on the center’s social media channels, using the hashtag #revivalfund #warehouse421
For all press inquiries, please contact;
Dareen Al Sarraj
058 562 3801
John Carlo Bogayan
050 107 5747
Warehouse421 is a home-grown arts and design center dedicated to showcasing and nurturing creative production across the region. Working in collaboration with local, regional and international entities. It aims to aid the development of the UAE’s creative ecosystem through learning, research, and commissions.
Committed to supporting emerging talent from the UAE, Middle East, and South Asia, Warehouse421 takes a collaborative approach to hosting and curating exhibitions, presenting and contextualizing local and regional research, and examining cultural practices in an anti-disciplinary space.
Warehouse421 hosts a range of public programs and learning opportunities that support creative practices, facilitate artistic exchange, and stimulate critical discourse.
Education is central to Warehouse421’s mission and drives our programs and collaborations. It provides a wide range of engaging learning opportunities for children, students, educators, artists, and creative professionals to develop their practices and inspire innovation.
Founded in 2015, Warehouse421 is located in Mina Zayed, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.