Fundo Inclusartiz – Brazilian Culture and Diversity of BrazilFoundation
Inclusartiz supports the career of artists at various stages of their careers
The “Inclusartiz – Brazilian Culture and Diversity Fund” aims to promote and expand the activities of Instituto Inclusartiz in Brazil. The institute will allocate the funds raised to the execution of projects in the cultural area, focusing on the development of new Brazilian artists, curators and researchers.
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About the Fund
Promotion of projects in the cultural area
Development of new Brazilian artists, curators and researchers
The institute, based in Rio de Janeiro, has the mission of promoting social integration, culture, education and sustainability through art and primarily supports young people on the periphery from the large urban centers of the five regions of the country.
Founded in 1997 by Frances Reynolds Marinho, Instituto Inclusartiz is a non-profit, non-governmental cultural organization based in Rio de Janeiro. Its mission is to promote social integration, culture, education and sustainability through art, generating collaborations between institutions, organizations and agents in the sector.
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