Fund for support of Croatian visual artists
affected by the coronavirus crisis and earthquakes
The crisis caused by the coronavirus, which has a global reach, has made it difficult and often impossible for artists in Croatia to work regularly. In addition to the global pandemic, Croatia was hit by two devastating series of powerful earthquakes that created material damage, damaged living and working spaces, work equipment and works of art.
The Institute for Contemporary Art from Zagreb, with the support of the Heathocte Art Foundation / FACE Croatia program and the Trust for Mutual Understanding from New York, raised funds intended to help Croatian artists who are prevented from regular work, have damaged living or working space, due to special circumstances their usual incomes are hindered or disabled.
Grants were intended to help with material needs.
All grants are awarded in equal amounts of 6.000 kuna
The award of grants was decided by a three-member commission:
Branko Franceschi, Director of the National Museum of Modern Art, Zagreb;
Slaven Tolj, artist, Dubrovnik;
Mirjana Vodopija, artist and dir. prof. art. Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb
19 grants were awarded to artists from Croatia. They are:
Sanja Bachrach Krištofić; Sandra Ban; Anamarija Bazek; Nina Bešlić; Anita Celić; Zvonimir Čačić; Sabina Damiani; Ivana Filip; Dominique Jurić; Sabina Kolonić; Ksenija Kordić; Thomas Krstulović; Josipa Krolo; Eva Lumezi; Jakša Matošić; Ivana Miloglav; Jadranka Mlinar; Petra Podnarčuk; Dijana Protić
Congratulations to all grant winners and good luck in your future work!