Frame’s Project Grant for an International Art Publication: Promoting International Career Development of Finnish Artists

Deadline: 31 March 2018

Frame is seeking applications for its Project Grant for an International Art Publication to promote the international career development of Finnish artists.

The purpose of grants awarded by Frame is based on the strategy of the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and Frame’s own strategy.


  • The project grant may be applied for foreign-language publications with international distribution that present the work of Finnish artists or artists based in Finland, or Finnish art in general.
  • Project grants can only be applied for to cover the following expenses:
    • printing expenses
    • writer fees
    • translation fees

Eligibility Criteria

  • Visual artists who are Finnish or based in Finland
  • Finnish or foreign publishers
  • Finnish or foreign contemporary art organisations

Required Appendices

  • Publication plan: a description of the publication and its significance for the artist’s international career, as well as publisher, scope, print run, date of release, work group (i.e. writers, photographer, translator, graphic designer).
  • International distribution plan: how will the publication be distributed globally?
  • Curriculum Vitae (1–2 pages) or biography per each participating Finnish artist
  • 3–5 images per participating Finnish artist

Attachments should be in PDF or JPG format. The maximum file size is 3 Mb.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

Eligible Country: Finland

For more information, please visit Frame.

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