In the past years, FAST’s projects have been generously supported by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York as part of the Dutch Culture USA program, permanent mission of the UK to the UN, the permanent mission of Australia to the UN, Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation, Creative Industries Fund NL, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Mondriaan Foundations, Graham Foundation, OXFAM-Novib, EuroCult, Curry Stone Design Circle and EFL.
Grants and Awards
2021: The Silver Lion. Venice Architecture Biennale
2019: Exhibition Grant. Creative Industries Fund (NL)
2019: Research Grant. Australia Mission to the UN.
2018: Research Grant. UK Mission to the UN.
2018: Research Grant. Australia Mission to the UN
2018: Online dissemination ‘Spaces of Solidarity.’ The Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation.
2017: Publication Grant. EFL (NL)
2017: Publication Grant. Creative Industries Fund (NL)
2016: Field research grant (Mali). Internationalization. Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and The New Institute, Rotterdam
2015: Publication Grant. The Graham Foundation (USA)
2015: Research Grant. Creative Industries Fund (NL)
2015: Publication Grant. Creative Industries Fund (NL)
2014: Research Fellowship. Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam (NL)
2012: Publication grant. Creative Industries Fund (NL)
2011: Book Award. The Netherlands Best Book Design Award. First Award ‘Atlas of The Conflict, Israel-Palestine’
2011: Book Award. Leipzig Golden Letter. First Prize Book Award ‘Atlas of The Conflict, Israel-Palestine’.
2011: Research and exhibition grant. Mondriaan Foundation (NL)
2011: Image Award. Rollercoaster. The image in the 21st Century Award
2010: Project Nomination.Aga Khan Award Nomination
2008: Event Grant. The Dutch Embassy in Israel
2008: Exhibition Grant. Fonds BKVB (NL)
2008: Research Grant. EuroCult
2007: Research and project grants. LINKIS. OXFAM NOVIB
2007: Starter Stipend. Fonds BKVB (NL)
2006: Research grant. The Netherlands Architecture Fund
2004-2006: Research, event, exhibition and publication grants. The Netherlands Architecture Fund. Series of grants for research and the implementation of the project ‘One Land Two Systems’