CNCF seeks nominations for grants and awards

| 10/06/2016 | 0 Comments
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Kenneth Hydes and Gold Heritage Cross awardee, Captain Kemuel Jackson. (Photo by Joseph Domingo)

(CNS): The Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) is currently accepting applications for grants that can be used to bring projects to fruition or support ongoing programmes. In the past the grant has be awarded for training, productions, publications, festivals and special projects. CNCF is now accepting nominations for the National Arts & Culture Awards. Since 1990, these awards have recognised those who attain a high level of merit in their artistic discipline, or for contributions to art, culture, and heritage.

The Heritage Cross Medal recognises an individual or group for consistent and active, quality engagement in the preservation and/or celebration of Caymanian cultural heritage and the Star for Creativity in the Arts is awarded to artists whose work is of consistent, high quality creativity.

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Tigerlily Hill, a Gold Star for Creativity in the Arts awardee. (Photo by Joseph Domingo)

Both awards have bronze, silver and gold divisions. For work that covers less than five years or to recognise a single effort that contributes measurably to the preservation and/or celebration of Caymanian cultural heritage, or to the development of the arts, a Heritage Certificate or Creativity Certificate will be awarded, respectively.

Application forms and guidelines for CNCF grants can be found online at here. Applications are due Friday, 15 July, by 5pm.

Nomination forms for the awards can be found online at here. Posthumous nominations will be considered.

You can email your nomination form to vfoster@artscayman.org or send by post to: Cayman National Cultural Foundation, Grants & Awards Committee, P.O. Box 30201, Grand Cayman KY1-1201, Cayman Islands.

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