Grant ID: 864dpchhu
RASKAT aims to develop a new format of events, located on the border between music, art, and knowledge.
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How much funding are you looking for? (USD):
Provide a breakdown of your requested funding:
Venue rental and setup costs
Talent, musician, and speaker fees
Marketing and advertising expenses
Travel and lodging for performers and speakers
Staffing and security costs
Equipment rental (e.g. stages, sound and lighting systems, tents)
and also depending on location and region, there could be permit and licensing costs
Have you applied for (or already received) funding from somewhere else?:
What’s your vision for how your project will impact The Graph and/or web3?:
One potential impact that music, art, and knowledge events could have on The Graph and web3 is the creation of new dApps that use blockchain technology to manage and distribute digital assets such as songs, artwork, and educational content. For example, a music streaming dApp built on The Graph could allow musicians to share their music directly with fans and receive payment for it without the need for intermediaries such as record labels.
Similarly, an art marketplace dapp could allow artists to sell their works directly to collectors, using smart contracts to automate the process of buying and selling. Additionally, Knowledge events could have an impact on web3 by providing educational resources that could help educate people on the benefits of decentralized systems, and also creating use cases on how web3 could be utilized in different fields such as education, logistics, healthcare, etc
It’s important to note that these are just some examples of how music, art, and knowledge events could potentially impact The Graph and web3 and that the actual impact will depend on the specific dApps that are built and the acceptance they receive in the market.
What can you share about any past work that is relevant to this grant?:
One example of this is the aim to push boundaries and explore the intersection of art, music, and technology. The festival features a diverse lineup of musicians, visual artists, and digital performers, and also includes workshops and talks on topics related to technology and art.
Another example features a diverse array of experimental, avant-garde, and underground musicians, visual artists, and performers that explore the intersection of art, music, and knowledge. It also offers a broad program of talks, films, and visual art exhibitions that connect to the festival’s theme.
In general, festivals that combine music, art, and knowledge are part of the concept of multidisciplinary events, and are known for their ability to push boundaries and explore new ideas, trends, and collaborations.
It is important to note that the specific past work of the festival that you are talking about and the grant from the company that you have to coincide with key points, namely the integration of digital tools in communication and crypto technologies in promoting creativity and knowledge.
Can you share any information about current/past web3 experience?:
With the help of web3 technologies, we can help our artists receive job requests remotely, make deals with international projects and develop as creative units.
With tools, we have the opportunity to build a new high-tech society built on safety, creativity, and utility.
Why are you interested in contributing to The Graph and/or web3?:
Your views, and policies regarding the development of worldwide culture resonate with us, projects which your company support are very close to our conception, both from an aesthetic and practical point of view.
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