MAELAB’S ANNUAL GRANT CALL
MAELab’s Art & Mind Grant 2022
MAELab’s Art & Mind Grant recognises the integration of arts and mental health as an emerging yet fast-establishing interdisciplinary field. Opening avenues for discussion and expanding understanding of the various intersections of arts and mental health, this grant empowers both professionals, students, artists, and/or academics to delve into new pilot projects. Ultimately, MAELab hopes to bring translational research into the community. This year’s grant looks to award three professional and two student category recipients.
MAELab’s Art & Mind Grant is open to all research themes that focus on the integration of artistic and mindfulness/ mental health components with strategic consideration for applications which focus on the following priority areas:
- Emotional Resilience
- Youth Mental Health
- Ageing Well among Elderly
- Nature and Mindfulness
The Successful Proposal stands to receive
- Professional Category
$12,000 in Funding and an additional $2,000 honorarium for successful publication of evidence-based research (subject to meeting publication requirements of Impact Factor 1.5 and above)
- Student Category
$4000 in Funding and an additional $500 if it leads to the successful completion of a school-based academic thesis/ final year project.
- Completed Application Form
- Completed Budget Form for the usage of the Grant
- Literature review on the field/medium selected
- CVs of team members involved
MAELab’s Art & Mind Grant is open once a year.
Interested applicants are required to fill up the application form provided and send all supporting materials to email@example.com by 3rd October 2022, 2359 (SGT). Please include the submission category (professional/student) in the subject line of the email. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Outstanding information about team members/collaborators that cannot be submitted with the application must be submitted once available.
Dr Daphna Arbell Kehila – Arts-Based Program for Home-Based Care Dyads in Singapore
National Gallery Singapore – On-going
About Mind Art Experiential Lab (MAELab)
MAELab, an initiative by Mind Science Centre, is an innovative space for the discovery of creative and integrative interventions through art, mindfulness, and transdisciplinary research to promote mental wellness and enhance the quality of mind. Through this space, we seek to raise awareness of mental health, evoke embodied reflective moments and provide an experiential journey that allows internalisation of learning with personal relevance.