[resource-net] difference between City Tax adn Hauptstadtkultorfonds?
cdelutz at artlaboratory-berlin.org
cdelutz at artlaboratory-berlin.org
Mon Sep 19 11:44:13 CEST 2016
I doubt HKF is going to fund'experimental' (from their POV) projects when 'Spartenübergreifende Förderung' exists...
What if we were to protest? A group letter or press release?
Last week 's art fairs really brought home that Berlin can also be rather provincial, all too comfortable in the no longer so trendy retro style.
If we're not going to getting funded for proposing projects that deal with current systems and topics, maybe we should raise our voice? being good little boys and girls that are happy with table scraps isn't a successful strategy. Do we really have something (or more) to lose by not being well behaved?
Christian de Lutz
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From: Tatiana Bazzichelli <tbazz at disruptiv.biz>
To: resource-net at transmediale.de
Sent: Monday, 19 September 2016, 11:24
Subject: Re: [resource-net] difference between City Tax adn Hauptstadtkultorfonds?
just to be correct, I don't want to risk that my reflections will be
pushing people into the wrong direction. Reading the last results of the
City Tax grant I think that my analysis was unfortunately wrong. I wrote
"the art & digital culture scene of Berlin got better results with the
City Tax - as well as ongoing events and project spaces' activities.".
Well, this was the case for the February round, and it was not the case
for this last round. Results are out and nobody of our scene actually
got any fund - and there is again a high presence of consolidated
institutions that got awarded.
So my advice to people that are wondering what to do next, is that we
should really try to apply everywhere (City Tax, HKF, etc) - even if of
course to write applications is a lot of (free) work. But hopefully we
will understand better the general directions of these funds in the near
future - it would be great to have a clearer political picture about
those in general.
All the best,
> On 12/09/16 18:24, Oliver Baurhenn wrote:
>> Hello Rachel,
>> I would say, let’s wait until the second round of City Tax applications is decided, then the picture will be more clear. Definitely at the moment no project - as far as I know - got funding if they got one of the funds.
>> City Tax might be the better one for you as HKF (Hauptstadtkulturfonds) tends to be more classical formats. Additionally, if you have City Tax (money form the city) then it can be combined with federal funding, HKF can’t be combined with that as the money comes from the federal government and the fund is only administered by the city.
>> Maybe Daniela Bazzichelli might be able to add here, as she got first HKF funding for her Disruption lab and now City Tax funding. Right, Daniela? What are your experiences so far with the two different grants?
>> Greetings and I hope this helps a bit
>>> Am 12.09.2016 um 16:09 schrieb Rachel Uwa <rachel.uwa at gmail.com>:
>>> hi Resource network,
>>> I hope all is well!
>>> Might some of you know the difference between City Tax and Hauptstadtkulturfonds? Or as well any thoughts in general on what gets funded and what does not as far as creative projects in Berlin?
>>> If so, would love to hear from you!
>>> Thanks in advance!
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