Are you a budding artist or storyteller who follows African entrepreneurship? Use the Tony Elumelu Storytellers Fund application. The Tony Elumelu Storytellers program invites applications from aspiring writers, filmmakers, visual and performing artists, and content producers to submit multimedia creative concepts that highlight the genuine and inspiring spirit of business in Africa.
Two categories of content producers get awards from the Tony Elumelu Storytellers Fund: Arts and media.
Bloggers, vloggers, and journalists are all part of the media. Examples of projects include a blog that highlights fresh African innovation, a vlog that features entrepreneurs in underserved locations, and a series of articles that discover inventive tech entrepreneurs.
Photographers, filmmakers, sketch artists, painters, and computer artists will all receive arts funding. Typical Projects: A pleasant, comical short film about an 11-year-old aspiring entrepreneur, a photo collection of Africa’s top businessperson, etc.
Candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 35 and be residents of either the continent or the Diaspora.
They need to have a platform or body of work that challenges preconceived notions about young people and business in Africa.
Grants from $500 to $2,000 will be given by the fund to each chosen participant.
- June 30, 2022 :Application Opens
- July 29, 2022: Application Deadline
- August 31, 2022: Shortlisted Candidates : Informed
- September 23, 2022: Successful Applicants Announcement
How To Apply
Visit Africa No Filter (ANF) on africanofilter.org to apply
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