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Allocation of Performing Arts Centre travel grants in October

The Performing Arts Centre of Iceland has completed the award of travel grants on 19 June 2022. Applications were received from 11 groups that applied for travel grants for 36 individuals, totalling ISK 2,750,000. This time the allocation was ISK 2,225,000. When selecting projects, the goal was to attract interest, increase visibility and demand Icelandic performing arts outside Iceland. Those who did not receive a travel grant in this round and are planning to attend tours are encouraged to reapply in January.

SLM Travel Grants in October 2022:

The Youth in Reykjavik - Teenage Songbook, exhibition in Geneva: 450.000
Culture Society Tær - ALDA, exhibition in Trondheim: 300.000
Mystery Bird - Parallel People, Raindance Film Festival show: 225,000
Brynja Björnsdóttir - participation in Prague Quadrennial: 300.000
Sigríður Soffía Níelsdóttir - Eldblóm at FKA-DK: 75.000
Aude Busson - Human Animals, exhibition in Trondheim: 225.000
Union of Opera Studios - Traversing the Void, Performances in Australia: 200,000
Dance Park, Forward - Les Sisyphe, exhibition in Toulouse: 450.000