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Programmes & Projects

Our "Programmes & Projects" section is divided into seven artistic areas and contains all of the Foundation’s initiated programmes, funds and model projects, as well as diverse projects financed through General Project Funding.

Each artistic area includes a separate archive containing a majority of the programmes and projects which have now concluded.

Exemplary Programmes and Projects

TURN – Fund for Artistic Cooperation between Germany and African Countries

The funding programme wants to encourage a wide range of German institutions to shift their focus on the artistic production and cultural debates in African countries.

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International Museum Fellowship

With this funding programme, the Federal Cultural Foundation enables guest researchers from abroad to work at museums or public collections in Germany for a duration of 18 months.

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City Companions – Fund for city museums

The funding programme wants to encourage city museums to address community-level issues of relevance in collaborative cultural projects.

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Doppelpass – Theatre Cooperation Fund

The programme promotes cooperation between independent groups and established theatres and dance companies in Germany. The central component of the Fund is a two-year residency programme.

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TRAFO – Models for Culture in Transformation

The initiative by the Federal Cultural Foundation supports the transformation of cultural institutions in rural regions and smaller communities.

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lab.Bode

This dual-module funding programme initiated by the Federal Cultural Foundation places additional emphasis on the field of Cultural Education and encourages processes of change in museums.

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Bauhaus 2019

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the State Bauhaus, an extensive programme will present its historic legacy, international impact and contemporary relevance.

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360° – Fund for New City Cultures

The programme wants to encourage cultural institutions to actively address the issue of immigration within their organisations and present it to urban society. 

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