«Get Going!» enables new perspectives: The idea of «Get Going!» is based on the philosophy of «making it possible». «Get Going!» consist of a start-up financing. Four such contributions of CHF 25 000.- each per year are advertised. Text by FONDATION SUISA
«Get Going!» should be accessible to as many musically creative people as possible. Musicians should be restricted as little as possible in their creative ideas.
«Get Going!» 2020: Call for applications
Application deadline: 31.08.2020
The call for applications is intended to be broadly open and deliberately avoids the usual categories of musical genre, age or project.
Applications may be submitted by authors and musicians who can demonstrate a clear connection with the current Swiss or Liechtenstein music making.
Please note that:
- We will not accept any additional documents, neither in electronic form nor as hard copies
- We shall neither engage in any correspondence nor give any information by phone about the selection procedure and the final decision
- If necessary, the jury may request further information
- The jury, consisting of four members of the Board of Trustees, will evaluate the applications and make the final selection. The substance and originality of the applicant’s submission will play a decisive role in the selection.
You have until 31.08.2020 to fill out the online form below:
In the course of autumn 2020, the jury will consider the submitted dossiers. You will then receive feedback on your application.
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