MF Norway Open Call-Results

The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), through its Mobility First! travel grant, with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has launched a special open call prioritising the mobility of artists and cultural professionals from Bangladesh, India, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Pakistan and Viet Nam.

Applications are received and accepted by ASEF on a rolling basis and the list of selected applicants will be updated continuously.

Selected applications

NAME

NATIONALITY

ACTIVITY

MOBILITY ROUTE

Anagha Bhat

India

Slow Motion: Transformations of Musical Time in Perception and Performance Conference

Bengaluru, India to Hamburg, Germany

Subhash Maskara

India

Kyoto Filmmakers Lab

Mumbai, India to Kyoto, Japan

Muhammad Nazmus Sakib Himel

Bangladesh

Poitiers Film Festival

Dhaka, Bangladesh to Poitiers, France

Muhammad Tariq

Pakistan

World Architecture Festival

Peshawar, Pakistan to Amsterdam, Netherlands

Niyati Mehta

India

'Toward a More Inclusive and Diverse Global Philanthropy: Strategies to

Address Social, Economic and Historic Inequality’ Conference

Mumbai, India to Salzburg, Austria

Nilotpal Majumdar

India

International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

Kolkata, India to Netherlands, Amsterdam

Mathivanan Rajendran

India

EAVE Producers Lab 2020

Chennai, India to Luxembourg

Anouza Phothisane

Lao PDR

Quiet House Performance

Vientiane, Lao PDR to Tokyo, Japan

Hang Nguyen

Viet Nam

Artists' Residency and Exhibition in Sweden

Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam to Simrishamn, Sweden

Huyen Nguyen Le Phuong

Viet Nam

Angkor Photo Festival and Workshops

Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam to Siem Reap, Cambodia

Budhaditya Chattopadhyay

India

Experimenta, the Arts & Sciences Biennale 2020

Kolkata, India to Grenoble, France

Anita Bose

India

Practice-led research trip: Searching Heritage and Cultural Links through Ramayana

Kolkata, India to Nha Trang, MySon, Quy Nhon, Hue, Viet Nam

Shahla Islam

Bangladesh

Independent Film Production: No Land's Man

Dhaka, Bangladesh to Sydney, Australia

Kabir Ariful

Bangladesh National living in France

Samdani Art Award

Paris, France to Dhaka, Bangladesh

Shayekh Mohammad Arif

Bangladesh

MoT+ Performance Plus and Artist Residency 2019

Dhaka, Bangladesh to Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam