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Deconcentrated aids to live performance: Dance convention
Decentralized grants for live performances are awarded by the Regional Cultural Affairs Directorates (DRAC and DAC) to about 1200 independent teams each year in the fields of dance, music, theatre, circus and street arts. These aids are of two kinds:
- annual project aid,
- aid for multi annual agreements.
Eligible audience Artists, artists' collectives, dance companies.
Access the space steps which allows you to file an online request for deconcentrated assistance to the live performance (dance convention) for 2023 (commissions from September 2022).
Support for dance research and heritage
As part of its heritage policy and dance research, the National Dance Centre has been implementing an assistance program called Support for Dance Research and Heritage since 2010.
Amateur dance and repertoire
Amateur Dance and Repertoire is a program to accompany amateur practice beyond the dance class and the technical learning phase. Intended for groups of amateur dancers, it opens a space of sharing for those who wish to deepen a practice and a knowledge of dance in relation to its history.
Amateur Arts and Culture Fund (FEIACA)
In 2012, the Direction générale de la création artistique implemented a fund to encourage amateur artistic and cultural initiatives. This fund is intended to stimulate, distinguish and promote each year a series of projects and initiatives that reflect the diversity of cultures and modes of expression of amateurs through all languages, musical, dramatic, choreographic, visual or visual.
Immersive Creative Fund
The Fund supports innovative audiovisual works based on an immersive creative approach. Immersive works are audiovisual creations that offer a dynamic viewing experience related to the shifting of the gaze and/or the activation of visual or sound content by the viewer, using virtual or augmented reality technologies or any other device allowing immersion.
Introduction to the procedure
National Fund for Sustainable Performance Employment
The National Fund for Permanent Employment in the Show (FONPEPS), divided into 9 concrete measures, is the first fund created to actively support permanent employment in the show.
The ministry helps live entertainment professionals (companies, companies, schools) to purchase and renew the equipment needed for their activities. However, this aid cannot concern the purchase of scenery or other equipment necessary for a given production. It is granted by the drac.
To consult atssi : Aid, procedures and grants