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Apply For The British Council ‘ColabNowNow’ 2019

The British Council invites young digital creatives to take part in the third edition of ColabNowNow. In partnership with Maputo Fast Forward and Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festivals.

We have developed ColabNowNow as a space for the leading minds in digital art in Africa.

We will select 11 digital artists from Africa and the UK to develop cutting edge digital artworks through collaborative artmaking and storytelling.

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Application Requirements

This opportunity is open to artists and storytellers working in digital media who are aged 18-35 living in Africa or the UK. 

  • Artists: visual/graphic artists, architects, technical artists, programmers/coders, music/sound artists, performers and animators.
  • Storytellers: writers, photographers, filmmakers, videographers, bloggers and vloggers.

You must live in and have a valid passport from one of the eligible countries.

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You must be available to travel to Johannesburg 3-8 September and Maputo 2-12 October – including travel time before and after said dates.

Previous selected ColabNowNow creatives are not eligible to apply.

Eligible Countries

East Africa: Ethiopia | Kenya | Rwanda | South Sudan | Sudan | Tanzania | Uganda

West Africa: Ghana | Nigeria | Senegal | Sierra Leone

Southern Africa: Botswana | Malawi | Mauritius | Mozambique | Namibia | South Africa | Zambia | Zimbabwe

North Africa: Algeria | Egypt | Morocco | Tunisia

United Kingdom: England | Northern Ireland | Scotland | Wales

So for more details about the British Council ColabNowNow, follow this link here.

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