International Fund for the Promotion of Culture (IFPC)
Fonds international pour la promotion de la culture (FIPC)
Fondo Internacional para la Promoción de la Cultura
20 Nov 1974, Paris (France), by Resolution 3.322, adopted at 18th session of General Conference of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to operate within the framework of UNESCO. Since 2006, activities suspended.
Promote cultures, the values that they embody and the forms of expression that ensure their authenticity and identity; promote artistic creation in all its forms, while respecting its independence and free expression; promote international and regional cultural cooperation.Available with paid subscription only.
Resources are used to finance small projects as well as to support more considerable projects, which are financed in cooperation with other financing bodies. Administers the programme UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists -- Bourses pour artistes UNESCO-Aschberg, which aims at developing international artistic exchanges through promotion of the career of young artists of various disciplines, offering them the possibility of training in specialized institutions other than those in their own country. It runs on the principle of cooperation between the Fund and an international network of partner institutions. At present, the following subjects are covered: visual arts; music; dance; literary creativity; performing arts; media arts.
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