1st Round – March 2017:
Ala Younis (Jordan), visual artist: The grant supports her travel from Jordan to Egypt in order to display the installation “Plan for Greater Baghdad” at the Contemporary Image Collective centre in Cairo.
Jowe Harfouche (Lebanon), Executive Director of The Network of Arab Alternative Screens (NAAS): The grant supports the travel of seven members of NAAS to Morocco to take part in a workshop in Tangiers designed to help them develop their projects.
Yousef Mustafa (Egypt), musician: Received a grant to support the travel of seven members of Al Mena band from Cairo, to take part in the third edition of the Karane Festival in Oujda, Morocco.
Youssra El Hawary (Egypt), musician and accordionist: The grant supports her travel with two other musicians from France, Britain and Belgium in order to record an album in Egypt.
Haisam Abdel Hameed (Egypt), filmmaker and scenarist: The grant supports his travel to Morocco to screen his film “Art is Life” in the fifth edition of the Tetouan Film Festival and the seventh edition of the Meknes Film Festival.
Mais Harb (Syria), singer: The grant facilitates her travel from Syria to Tunisia for an artistic residency in the city of Sfax.
Abdulrahman Al Zubidi (Jordan), Director of Me’maryoon for Development: The grant enables three architects from Egypt to travel to Jordan to take part in the Oxala project which aims to revive public spaces in Irbid through urban interventions.
Mourad Al Kadiri, Poet and Researcher (Morocco)
Habib Belhadi, Theatre and Film Producer (Tunisia)
Fatin Farhat, Cultural Researcher and Activist (Palestine)
2nd Round – June 2017:
Sanaa Seif (Egypt), Student in the Faculty of Languages and Translation: The grant supports her trip from Egypt to Lebanon in order participate as a trainer in ADEF (Arab Digital Expression) camp for youth which seeks to encourage young people from Arab countries to express themselves in artistic and creative ways using digital and non-digital media.
Victoria Dabdoub (Palestine), Architect and Cultural Manager: The grant supports her travel together with six other artists and cultural actors from Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Egypt and Palestine to Morocco, Algeria and Jordan to take part in the Madrassa programme for contemporary curatorial practices and research which is organised by the Atelier de L’Observatoire (Morocco).
Ahmed Maouloud El-Hilal (Mauritania), University Professor and Director of the Nouakchott Short Film Festival: The Mawa3eed grant enables him to invite four trainers and lecturers in filmmaking to conduct workshops organised on the fringes of the Nouakchott Short Film Festival.
Nadine Salib (Egypt), Film Director: The grant supports her travel from Egypt to Lebanon in order participate as a trainer in an ADEF (Arab Digital Expression) camp for youth which seeks to encourage young people from Arab countries to express themselves in artistic and creative ways using digital and non-digital media.
Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School (Egypt): The school received a grant to enable a group of its students travel to Morocco to take part in the 10th edition of the International Children’s Folklore Festival which promotes the dissemination of the values of peace and tolerance, especially among children.
Reem Gibriel (Libya), Visual Artist and Cultural Manager
Rasha Salah (Palestine/Lebanon), Cultural Manager
Amine Moumine (Morocco), Academic and Cultural Activist