Braid Arts & Culture Fund

The Braid Fund sees the health of the art, culture and cultural heritage sector and its contributions to wider society as a weaving of elements: our disciplines, our practitioners, and our communities.


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This is a collaboration between the Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH) and the Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth (#CultureGrows) program by the British Council.

There two grant categories are targeted at individual artists and other cultural practitioners, organisations, businesses, collectives, and cultural centres who have an art or culture discipline. All projects should be completed no later than January 2024

The collabration grant valued at Ksh 300,000-500,000 is open to support creative projects involving collaborations between different generations of artists or cultural practitioners and/or between different art/culture disciplines.

The completion grant valued Ksh 100,000 -200,000 is to support creative projects that are close to finishing but need a little more funding to complete the work.

The Braid Fund hope's to realise the following outcomes:

  1. Art and culture practitioners discover and share innovative ways to reach wider audiences with their work.
  2. Stronger relationships and skills developed across art/culture practices and generations
  3. Increased knowledge and understanding of the value of arts and culture disciplines, practitioners and spaces

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