Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama (TPAM) 2018
Event dates: 10 – 16 February 2018
Expressions of Interest close: Midnight, Tuesday 15 August 2017 AEST
Notification: Early September 2017
About the opportunity
Expressions of Interest are now open for support to attend the Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama (TPAM) from 10 – 16 February 2018.
The Australia Council’s International Development Manager – North Asia, will work with the delegation in Yokohama.
Australia Council support will provide five delegates with $3,000 each towards the cost of travel. These delegates will be responsible for all costs associated with attending the meeting including flights, visas, insurance, accommodation and registration.
Please check the general eligibility requirements on the Australia Council website.
Applicants are required to respond to the following selection criteria:
1. The impact of the project in developing future opportunities in Japan and enhancing your reputation in Japan.
2. Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, the region and market.
3. The timeliness of this opportunity and a demonstrated ability to plan and deliver on any international outcomes that may arise.
No supporting material or submitted budget is required. Please note that applicants will be unable to attach supporting material to your online application.
Australia Council staff will consider expressions of interest according to the selection criteria above and will seek recommendations by industry advisors as needed.
You will be informed of the outcome of your Expression of Interest by early September 2017.
How to submit an Expression of Interest
Click on the ‘Submit an EOI’ button at the bottom of this page. Expressions of Interest must be submitted via the Australia Council’s online system. To apply in the online system, please click on ‘Grants & Grant Reporting’ and choose ‘Expressions of Interest (EOI)’.
Note, this is an Expression of Interest and not a grant application. It does not count as an application to the Australia Council Grants Program.
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To discuss your expression of interest, please contact Sabina Finnern, Project Officer, International Projects on 02 9215 9046 or email@example.com.