Potential applicants must fill out the questionnaire first to determine whether your aims & proposal fit the Trust’s remit.
Please do not apply if your project is not visual arts e.g. if you work in theatre, dance, music, literature. These art forms are not eligible for funding by the Trust.
The questionnaire is available to download at the bottom of this page. Please then email it to email@example.com who will advise you whether or not to submit a full application.
Once the questionnaire has been approved please download one of the 2 forms using the links below.
Core funding – is for organisations looking for general support for their arts organisation for a period of time
Project funding – is for a one off or annual art project that has a finite end.
Please send all applications by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any large documents, publications, DVDs etc. can be posted to:
The African Arts Trust, 5 Ladbroke Terrace, London, W11 3PG.
You will hear back from TAAT within a month of sending your application, if you application is approved, grants may take up to 3 months to process.
TAAT generally funds small to medium sized organisations and projects and can give one off, annual and multi year grants for up to 3 years (5 years in exceptional circumstances).
|Small grants:||below $5,000|
|Medium grants:||between $5,000 - $10,000|
|Large grants:||between $10,000 - $20,000|
The African Arts Trust does not operate specific grant application deadlines you are welcome once you have checked the criteria to download a questionnaire and fill it in at any point during the year.
If you are applying on behalf of an artist for a residency, workshop or exhibition - the Trust requests that the artist donates an artwork to the the African Arts Trust art collection. This collection will be used to promote African art and the artists represented in it and will at some point be donated to a public museum or sold and the proceeds used to make further grants.