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Arts Equator

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Guidelines of assistance

Arts Equator publishes pieces on from artists who wish to amplify their campaigns or causes. They can also connect you to residencies and opportunities in Southeast Asia. You can email Arts Equator directly for more information and assistance.


Arts Equator is an independent media organisation and brings together information, articles, events and ideas from Southeast Asia into one carefully curated site. As a platform, they are interested in the region’s creative practices – performance, literature, visual culture, fashion, film and more. They also serve as an impactful digital resource (Lobang) to share opportunities for grants and residencies for artists exploring intersections of people, community, art and politics in the region.

Last updated Mar 31, 2022
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