The Fine Acts Fellowship is a highly-selective program that matches technologists with artists to work on impactful collaborative projects.

We are currently accepting applications from technologists from Hungary, Poland, Romania or Bulgaria.

Do you want to use your skills for social good and have deep impact? Are you excited to be collaborating across disciplines? Apply to become a Fine Acts Fellow today!

Fellows take part in an immersive, intense, fully subsidized hack-art-on, receive up to 5000 EUR in grant funding to develop their idea, and access year-long mentoring and support.

Embrace the opportunity to join a vibrant and diverse international community, experiment with a unique format, work with purpose, engage beyond your field, and have fun!

Before applying, please read more about:
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Email address *
Name *
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Citizen of: *
Please introduce yourself *
Education/working background? Achievements/fellowships/awards? Interests/hobbies? Do you have any prior experience with cross-sectoral workshops or hackathons (it's ok if you don't). (max 500 words)
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Personal website/portfolio *
Please share with us your portfolio, link to your website or a project you have worked on. Anything that can serve as an example of your work.
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Why do you want to become a Fine Acts Fellow? *
(max 500 words)
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How familiar are you with the issues of threats to democracy and civil rights in Europe, and the shrinking space for civil society in the region?
(It’s ok if you are not)
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Do you already have somebody in mind for a teammate? Please let us know their name below. Please make sure they’ve also applied for the fellowship.
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How did you learn about the Fine Acts Fellowship? *
Please confirm that you will be available to fully commit to participation during the period mentioned below. *
7 June 2018 (arrival in Sofia) - 11 June 2018 (departure from Sofia)
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