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Nordic–Baltic Mobility programme in the field of Culture is open to applications to receive financial support for artists’ residencies and short term and long term collaborative networking.

Support Fold January 21, 2019

The mobility programme «Culture» supports creative trips of professional artists and culture practitioners, artists’ residencies and the creation of both short and long term collaborative networking in Nordic and Baltic countries, forming a foundation to an innovative and dynamic cultural life.

Support for artists’ residencies

Until February 7 applications are being accepted for financial support for artists’ residencies in Nordic and Baltic countries to allow them to host professional artists and practitioners of creative industries from other countries of this region. Travel, accommodation and other expenses related to hosting the artists are covered.

Support for collaborative networking

Until February 18 applications are being accepted for financial support for short and long term collaborative networking. The idea of networking is to enhance new partnerships and to encourage the exchange of experience, knowledge and skills. To apply for support at least three partners from Nordic and Baltic countries must be included in the network.

Support for short term networking is granted to programmes lasting up to one year, and the maximum grant amount is 20 000 euro to cover no more than 70% of the total project expenditure. In case of a successful short term networking programme, it is possible to apply for long term programme grants.

Support for long term networking is granted to programmes lasting up to three years, and the maximum grant amount for this module is 100 000 euro to cover no more than 50% of the total project expenditure.

More information on all modules as well as application forms can be found on the Nordic Culture Point website.