Created in 2010 by the Institut français du Royaume-Uni to benefit artists and exhibitions spaces on both sides of the Channel, Fluxus Art Projects is a not-for-profit organisation supporting the creation and promotion of contemporary art, based on a public/private model.
Fluxus Art Projects provides support for the following:
- Exhibitions and projects featuring France-based or French artists in the UK, as well as UK-based or British artists in France.
- Curatorial research trips in the UK by France-based or French curators, and in France by UK-based and British curators
Fluxus Art Projects only funds not-for-profit organisations falling within the following categories:
- Art centres, museums, cultural institutions, artist-run spaces, project spaces
- Art education organisations
- Research centres
- Online projects
- Artists’ publication
Regarding exhibitions and artistic projects, applications must be submitted by artistic structures or organisations, rather than individual artists themselves.
Applications for curatorial research trips should be directly submitted by the curators. Fluxus Art Projects provides funding for curatorial research projects when they are connected to a particular exhibition, curatorial initiative, or associated with an art centre, institution, or artistic event.
The allocated funding amounts vary from £1,000 to £10,000 per project.
Applications must be submitted online. The application form and eligibility criteria can be found on the Fluxus Art Projects website.
Please ensure that all applications are written in English. It is important to note that we prioritise innovative practices and the production of new artworks.
For each project submitted, you should receive a confirmation email. In addition to your online application, please send a confirmation email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For artistic projects, exhibitions, and curatorial research trips to be held between January and August 2024, applications must be submitted before Monday 20 November 2023, midnight.
- Picture: Aurélien Mole, courtesy of the Artist and Palais de Tokyo, Paris