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The Fund has awarded Project Funding to 37 arts and culture projects
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The Fund has awarded Project Funding to 37 arts and culture projects

The Nordic Culture Fund has awarded DKK 6.5 million to 37 projects in the last round of Project Funding this year. By the deadline on 3 October, the Fund received 178 valid applications.
The Nordic Culture Fund takes part at Cultural Policy Summit in Oslo
News | Cultural policy

The Nordic Culture Fund takes part at Cultural Policy Summit in Oslo

On 29 November, the Nordic Culture Fund will participate in a cultural policy summit in Oslo. The meeting will gather actors within cultural policy and the cultural field in the Nordic region to discuss challenges, need and opportunities within the artistic and cultural field.

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1. Your bright idea

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2. Your application

3. Response and payment(s)

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Curated Conversations at Hanaholmen in Finland
News | Cultural policy

Curated Conversations at Hanaholmen in Finland

The second meeting in the series of network meetings 'curated conversations' will take place at the Cultural Centre Hanaholmen, Finland 14-15 November. Participants from all Nordic countries will discuss and further develop the topic of artistic freedom.
New chairperson appointed for the Foundation's Board
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New chairperson appointed for the Foundation's Board

As part of the Swedish presidency of the Nordic Culture Fund Board between 2022-2023, Gunilla Carlsson has been appointed as new chairperson. Kajsa Ravin will continue as vice-chair.

DKK 28 MILLION

The Nordic Culture Fund awards grants worth approximately DKK 28 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.