Ten Malaysian beneficiaries receive British Council grants to kickstart arts projects

These grants, with a total worth of over RM440,000 from three distinct programmes, will help develop innovative ways of collaborating digitally in the arts during this period where Covid-19 has prevented international travel and face-to-face collaborations. Photo: AFP

Many industries, including the arts and culture sector, have been badly hit by the pandemic.

During this challenging period, the British Council has given out grants to promote British-Malaysia cultural exchanges and to develop innovative ways of collaborating digitally in the arts.

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