The Danish Arts Foundation is offering grants to support international performing arts activities.
- The purpose of the programme is to promote performing arts of high artistic quality in Denmark and Danish performing arts abroad.
- They achieve this by supporting internationalization such as:
- International guest performances touring and site specific performances, where an existing concept is adapted to the given context
- Networking and research aimed at long-term international collaborations and co-productions, including participation in workshops abroad as a speaker and the invitation of guests for performances in Denmark
- International residencies
- You may apply for a maximum of DKK 75.000 from this program.
- The Danish Arts Foundation’s Committee for Performing Arts Project Funding evaluates the individual project’s demand for funding, and prioritises the following expenditures for different project types:
- International guest performances in Denmark: accommodation and domestic transport costs
- International touring activities: travel and transport costs
- Networking activities: travel and accommodation costs up to DKK 15.000
- International guests at Danish performances: up to DKK 2.000 per guest
- Artist residencies lasting more than three weeks, in addition to travel and accommodation costs: per diem allowances and/or honorariums up to DKK 10.000 per month, given that the applicant does not receive operating funding
- activities initiated ahead of the deadline
- expenses related to new productions. Instead, please consider the funding program Performing Arts for Children, Young People, and Adults
- educational purposes for individuals
- Professionals organising or working with performing arts activities.
- The Royal Danish Theatre, the Danish regional theatres, the Jutland Opera, and the theatres in the Copenhagen theatre association may not apply.
- Students at the Danish National School of Performing Arts or a similar foreign educational institution, if they have not graduated before the application deadline.
For more information, visit Danish Arts Foundation.