Currently, Nordic -Baltic mobility programme in the field of Culture is open for the for short-term network and long-term network funding. Application deadline is September 28, 2017.
The idea behind funding networking activities is to make it possible for people in the arts and culture in the Nordic and Baltic countries to work together, forge partnerships and learn from each other. Two different types of funding are available: short-term network funding and long-term network funding. Funding for networking is designed to give people involved in the cultural sphere the opportunity to develop partnerships and learn from each other. The purpose of the networks is to generate more contacts, create ways to exchange experiences and pass on knowledge. The networks must help to generate synergies, e.g. on artistic, organisational and communications levels.
More information on https://www.nordiskkulturkontakt.org/en/grants/network-funding
Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme in the field of Culture supports long- and short-term network building, artists’ residencies and mobility of professional art and culture practitioners in all artistic fields. The main goal is to create a platform for an innovative, dynamic Nordic-Baltic art and culture life.