Once a year, three $7,000 Afield Fellowship Grants are awarded to fellows selected by the network.

 

Afield Fellows primarily come from the field of arts and culture : visual and performing arts, literature, cinema, design, architecture, fashion, or gastronomy.

 

While being recognized for their practice, they have also decided to start a social project, delivering change in a long-term and tangible way.

 

Their initiative usually takes the form of a school, a nonprofit, a festival, or a small business responding to the needs of a community.

 

New Fellows are lifelong members of a solidarity group. They get to meet through regular “Kitchen calls”, participate in the yearly events and will nominate candidates for the Fellowship the following year.

 

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2022 Analida Galindo - Panama
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2022 Basel Nasr - Palestine
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2022 Yasmeen Lari - Pakistan
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2021 Vivien Sansour - Palestine
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2021 Karrabing Film Collective & Elizabeth Povinelli - Australia
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2021 Nirwan Arsuka - Indonesia
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2020 Rojava Film Commune & Sevinaz Evdike - Syria
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2020 Renata Carvalho - Brazil
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2020 Shawon Akand - Bangladesh
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2019 Yazan Khalili - Palestine
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2019 Imani Jaqueline Brown - USA
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2019 Jamela Alindogan - Philippines
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2018 Filipa César & Sana N'hada - Guinea-Bissau
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2018 Marine Mandrila & Louis Martin - France
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2018 Yabebal Fantaye - Ethiopia
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2018 Ana Vargas - Venezuela
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2017 Massimiliano Mollona & Zeyno Pekünlü - Turkey
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2017 Samuel Riera - Cuba
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2016 Yassin Al-haj saleh - Turkey
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2016 Fernando García Dory - Spain
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2016 Ali Almasri & Hussein Alazaat - Jordan
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2015 Alejandra Gutierrez Ballón - Peru
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2014 Zanelle Muholi - South Africa
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2014 Lia Rodrigues - Brazil