Application dates for 2023 art and culture projects announced

2022/11/28

Nordic Culture Points grant programmes provide the opportunity to create culture, conduct projects and carry out meetings between artists and cultural workers in the Nordic region and Baltic countries. The application dates for 2023 are now published on our website. Head over to read more about the programmes and find one that suits you and your requirements!

Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture: Mobility Funding

Mobility funding is intended for the travel and stay of professional artists or cultural workers within Nordic and Baltic countries.

Application rounds:
03.01.2023 – 31.01.2023 15:59
27.02.2023 – 27.03.2023 15:59
28.08.2023 – 28.09.2023 15:59

Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture: Support to Artists’ Residencies

This programme enables residential centres for artists in the Nordic/Baltic area, which should be able to receive professional artists and cultural workers.

Application rounds:
09.01.2023 – 09.02.2023 15:59

Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture: Network Funding

Network funding enables periods for cooperation, exchange of ideas and knowledge between professional artists and cultural workers in the Nordic region and/or Baltic countries and areas.

Application rounds for short-term network funding:
23.01.2023 – 23.02.2023 15:59
21.08.2023 – 21.09.2023 15:59

Application rounds for long-term network funding:
23.01.2023 – 23.02.2023 15:59

Nordic Culture and Art Programme

The Culture and Art Programme supports Nordic cooperation within art and culture. You can apply for funding for a project with artistic and/or cultural quality which promotes a multifaceted and sustainable Nordic region.

Application rounds:
07.02.2023 – 07.03.2023 15:59
12.08.2023 – 12.09.2023 15:59

One-on-one appointments with grant programme advisers are available online in December

Nordic Culture Point offers appointments on 12 and 13 December and you can choose either general information about grant programmes or advise on a certain funding form. The language is primarily Scandinavian or English – but this is something to discuss individually with your adviser!

👉 Book your appointment here!