Nordic Culture Fund: Supporting Projects in all Fields of Art and Culture

Deadline: 1 October 2018

The Nordic Culture Fund is accepting applications for its grant program to support projects that contribute to an innovative and dynamic artistic and cultural scene in the Nordic Region, one that is diverse, accessible and of high quality.

The Nordic Culture Fund supports art and culture projects involving different Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, the Faroe Island, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Aaland Island). To qualify for funding, projects must involve Nordic relevance and co-operation, and further the development of art and culture.

They fund projects in all fields of art and culture. To qualify for funding, projects must involve Nordic relevance and co-operation, and further the development of art and culture.

Funding Information

Applicants can apply for max. DKK 500,000.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applications are accepted from individuals, groups, organizations, institutions, associations and companies. Applicants do not need to live in the Nordic Region or be Nordic citizens.
  • They provide wide-ranging support, but there are certain limitations. The Fund does not finance:
    • projects outside of the arts and culture, e.g. sporting events the production and distribution of products, if that is the sole or primary purpose of the project, e.g. music, film and television, computer games, book publishing and translations
    • tours, if they are not part of a wider-ranging Nordic co-operation
    • study and school trips
    • individual or group participation in events (only the event organiser may seek funding for this purpose)
    • institutions’ operating costs, and the construction and acquisition of technical equipment for operational use
    • ongoing or already completed projects.
    • bilateral co-operation.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

For more information, please visit Nordic Culture Fund.

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