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The Nordic Culture Fund participates in a Dialogue Day about bilateral cultural policy in Sweden and Finland on 13 November
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The Nordic Culture Fund participates in a Dialogue Day about bilateral cultural policy in Sweden and Finland on 13 November

Hanaholmen – the Swedish-Finnish cultural centre is arranging a Dialogue Day with a focus on current cultural policy themes in Sweden and Finland.
The fund launches a new funding programme Globus Opstart
Globus

The fund launches a new funding programme Globus Opstart

From 1 September 2020, it is possible to apply for Globus Opstart - a new support program which is the first exploratory step towards establishing Globus as a larger support program during 2021.

Your application process

1. Your bright idea

Develop your project and draw inspiration from successful applicants. Consider applying for Opstart funding to develop your idea and your Nordic network.

2. Your application

3. Response and payment(s)

Await a response to your application. See what to do once you receive funding.

The Nordic Culture Fund adjusts criteria for Puls to accommodate the current situation in the live music sector
Puls

The Nordic Culture Fund adjusts criteria for Puls to accommodate the current situation in the live music sector

The changes apply to all 56 Nordic concert promoters who are part of the fund’s live music initiative Puls. By adjusting the criteria, the fund wants to accommodate to the challenges faced by the Puls promoters due to covid-19.
Adjustments to Opstart criteria are extended until the end of the year
Opstart

Adjustments to Opstart criteria are extended until the end of the year

Due to the corona situation, the fund has decided that adjustments in the criteria for Opstart will apply for the rest of 2020.

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.