The Chaco Patronage Fund finances cultural projects through Patronage, within the framework of Law No. 1353-E Promotion of Private Activity in Cultural Activities. The requirements and registration forms and project preparation can be requested by e-mail or downloaded from this page.

The Patronage tool integrates the Boost Culture program of the Institute of Culture, and promotes the generation of projects that house creative alternatives for the development of sustainable cultural content and productions. Patronage allows Chaco companies to allocate up to 10% of their Gross Income tax to support and finance cultural projects.


The AV Sector Incentive Plan - PISA - is an initiative of the Institute of Culture of Chaco, which grants ten beneficiaries of the sector, a prize in money, tutorials or some type of financial aid, which facilitates emerging and independent producers, to carry out or improve their projects. It consists of three lines of financing for short and feature film projects, although it is renewed and transformed every year. To know and download its bases and conditions.


The Fondo Nacionalde las Artes (FNA) finances and supports the development of artists, managers and non-profit cultural organizations. Thus, with a federal and broad vision, we seek to promote the cultural industry throughout our country. Our action encompasses multiple disciplines: Architecture, Crafts, Art and Technology, Audiovisual Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Design, Letters, Music and Heritage.


The Competitive Format Fund for Audiovisual Communication Media (FOMECA) is a tool that allows the redistribution of resources that come from the audiovisual media (levies and fines) to promote community, border and indigenous peoples' media.
ENACOM is in charge of implementing subsidy contests that, among other projects, support technological updating processes, management improvements and production of audiovisual content for radio stations, channels and community media producers.


IBERMEDIA is a program to stimulate the co-production of fiction films and documentaries made in the community made up of twenty-one countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Guatemala, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.