Deadline: 21st September 2023 | Short-Term Network Funding Programme
|Title:||Short-Term Network Funding Programme|
|Organisation:||Nordik Culture Point|
|Deadline:||21st September 2023|
|Eligible countries:||Denmark, Estonia, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden,|
To investigate novel approaches and establish networks for collaboration between artists and cultural practitioners in the Nordic and Baltic region, submit an application to the Short-Term Network Funding Programme.
The Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture, which improves artistic and cultural cooperation between the Nordic region and the Baltic nations, includes network funding. The program’s main objective is to promote knowledge sharing, networking, and interest in Nordic and Baltic art and culture. Three types of funding are available through the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme: funding for mobility, funding for networks, and support for artist residencies.
The Nordic-Baltic dimension indicates that the network:
- Strengthens the Nordic-Baltic presence in the regional cultural scene, strengthens understanding of the similarities and differences between the Nordic and Baltic countries, and raises awareness of Nordic and Baltic artists and the visibility of their work. It also promotes and increases contact, communication, and activities between the Nordic and/or Baltic countries.
- You may be eligible for funding of up to EUR 20,000 for networks that will collaborate for up to one year. The amount contributed by Nordic Culture Point may not exceed 70% of the total cost of the project.
- Professional artists and cultural practitioners in all fields of art and culture, such as curators, producers, literary translators, editors, and researchers, are eligible for funding. Individuals, organisations, organisations, and institutions can all access funding.
- You must be a resident of the Nordic Region (Denmark, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, or land) or the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania) in order to submit an application for network financing, but you do not have to be a citizen of either region.
- At least three partners from Nordic and/or Baltic nations (Denmark, Estonia, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden, and land) must be included in the network.
- Additional partners who don’t operate in the Nordic or Baltic region may be covered by the network.
- For the same project, you may also submit an application for funding from other pan-Nordic institutions and groups, such as the Nordic Culture Fund. No more than 85% of the project’s funding can come from the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme combined with other pan-Nordic bodies.
For more information ,visit Nordic Culture Point.