CULTURAL G.P.S. is Pluralistic Management of Cultural Sustentability.
A free, accessible and collaborating tool to know, select and share available economic resources for the development of your creative project and also to contribute with the sustainability and promotion of the culture and art area.
A non-profit initiative, designed and managed by EME desarrollos culturales, which allows the user community to find, select and share the main sources of cultural funding for Latin America´s cultural projects.
A unique opportunity for the cultural community members to actively participate with the registration and co-creation of net resources, contributing to more diversified and productive funding proposals for their projects.
Who can participate? managers, entrepreneurs, developers, community leaders, officers, project evaluators, institutions, foundations, civil organizations, companies, artists and any other entrepreneurs who require additional funding for their cultural projects at a regional level.
WELCOME TO CULTURAL GPS
HOW TO USE
Using the map is extremely easy and you can do it through diverse forms of participation:
You are allowed to navigate the map and/or select through the search engine those funding sources which are more appropriate and appealing for your project.
This user level doesn´t require previous validation; you must simply access
and select the kind of help you wish.
Besides participating as a user, you can contribute by providing and offering the community, information related to organizations, programs, funds, companies and institutions which include in their policy funding programs for Latin America´s cultural area (subsidies, funds, loans, aid, transfers, etc.).
For this, you must simply sign up; you will be allowed to load and modify data and also report incorrect or outdated information.
Thank you for your contributions!
Idea and direction
eme desarrollos culturales
Alma Fernández - Laura Taube
Micaela Marinelli | Casa de diseño
FCE - UBA
Gonzálo Ordoñez (Bolivia)
Andrés Sussman Pinzón (Colombia)
German Casco (Uruguay)
Martín Alfiz (Uruguay)
Mario Alonso (Uruguay)
Juan Carlos Gaitán (Colombia)
Sofía Calvo (Chile)
Félix Fariña (Paraguay)
Guillermo Barón (Argentina)
Marcelo Riva (Argentina)
Gabriel Rojce (Argentina)
Laura Perelli (Argentina)
Julián Rosner (Argentina)
Laura Scotti (Argentina)
Matías Bruera (Argentina)
Gerardo Filippelli (Argentina)