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25.6.2020, 11:00 Uhr
Fördermöglichkeiten in der Kunst mit Anna Sabrina Schmid, BKM Hamburg

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Die Hamburger Behörde für Kultur und Medien hält ein breit gefächertes Förderportfolio für Hamburger Künstler*innen und Künstlergruppen bereit: So können etwa Kataloge, Ausstellungen und Veranstaltungen gefördert werden. Außerdem werden jährlich die Hamburger Arbeitsstipendien für bildende Kunst vergeben und Programme nicht-kommerzieller Künstlerhäuser und Kunstorte finanziell unterstützt. Auch der Ausbau von Ateliers von bildenden Berufskünstler*innen, die in Hamburg leben und arbeiten ist zuwendungsfähig. Darüber hinaus können Projekte im Rahmen des Programms „Kunst im öffentlichen Raum“ bezuschusst werden. Nicht zuletzt vergibt die Behörde den Edwin Scharff-Preis und den Lichtwark-Preis sowie Atelierstipendien, und sie vermittelt Auslandsstipendien wie die Stipendien der Villa Massimo und Casa Baldi in Italien und der Cité des Arts in Frankreich.

Anna Sabrina Schmid, Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg, stellt die einzelnen Fördermöglichkeiten vor und gibt wichtige Tipps für die Antragstellung.

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