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Today marks the launch of a/nordi/c - the first Nordic think tank for the arts, which aims to set the direction of future arts and culture policy
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Today marks the launch of a/nordi/c - the first Nordic think tank for the arts, which aims to set the direction of future arts and culture policy

The new organisation is a think tank for the arts, policies and creative fields. Across party lines and national borders, it will work to bring the practice of the art world and political reality closer together. A/nordi/c has been established as a cross-Nordic initiative, due to begin operating in early 2022.
The Nordic Culture Fund will attend UNESCO's Nordic workshop 'Critical Voices' as part of Globus
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The Nordic Culture Fund will attend UNESCO's Nordic workshop 'Critical Voices' as part of Globus

The workshop will focus on discussing the freedom of expression for artists, journalists and scientific researchers, from the angle of the professional rights of these groups to speak out and use their inherent role as critical voices in society.

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 The Nordic Culture Fund will co-organize two seminars at the book fair in Gothenburg on 23 September
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The Nordic Culture Fund will co-organize two seminars at the book fair in Gothenburg on 23 September

The program on the opening day of the book fair includes a conversation about the fund’s new anthology and a presentation of the Nordic partnership project that the fund has initiated.
An online petition opposes the planned Nordic and Baltic cultural funding cuts by the Nordic Council of Ministers
News | Cultural policy

An online petition opposes the planned Nordic and Baltic cultural funding cuts by the Nordic Council of Ministers

The petition has been signed by 1233 artists, researches and cultural practitioners, including directors of many key cultural institutions in the Nordic & Baltic region.

DKK 31 MILLION

The Nordic Culture Fund awards grants worth approximately DKK 31 million every year.

1,300 APPLICATIONS

The Fund receives 1,300 applications every year.

340 PROJECTS

Every year approximately 180 receive funding for projects, 105 receive funding for OPSTART, and 57 receive funding for Puls.