Any person, group or association belonging to the UPV may apply for an up to 1,500 euros grant to fund any initiative. The deadline for submission of applications is November 14.
The Universitat Politècnica de València, through its Office of Cultural Activities, presents the 2015 Cultural Activities Programme (PAC), an initiative that aims to ensure a better use of the UPV resources and to achieve a more positive recognition of our actions, and also a greater involvement and participation in cultural activities of the UPV community.
Thus, any person, association or group belonging to the UPV may apply for an up to 1,500 euros grant (VAT included) to fund any initiative linked to the following cultural areas: visual and performing arts, music, libraries, cinema and audio-visual arts, co-operation / industry / cultural heritage, reading and literature, museums, the promotion of fine arts, or any other activity that will promote culture at the UPV.
Anyone interested in participating in the 2015 PAC must present annexes I and II, duly filled in, to the General Register of the UPV, located on the Vera campus (3F building, Camí de Vera, s/n), or to the Polytechnic School of Alcoi (Plaça de Ferràndiz and Carbonell, s/n) or to the Polytechnic School of Gandia (Carretera Natzaret-Oliva, s/n, in Grau de Gandia). Proposals must be addressed to the Office of the UPV Vice-Rector for Students and University Extension’s Cultural Management Office.
Applications can already be submitted now, and the deadline for submission ends on November 14. The proposed initiatives must be carried out in 2015, always before December 15.
The proposals will be evaluated by the UPV Culture Committee according to the following criteria: the cultural nature of the proposal, its interest and originality, the participation in it of members of the UPV community belonging to various schools, the initiative’s impact on the UPV, the support/co-financing by other institutions or organizations, and the predictable media coverage.
The final selection will be made public during the first half of January 2015, on the microwebsite of the Office of Cultural Activities (www.upv.es/entidades/ACU).