The Nordic Culture Fund
The Nordic Culture Fund works to support innovative and dynamic artistic and cultural life in the Nordic Region that is diverse, accessible and of high quality. Through this mission, they wish to stimulate the development of art and culture at all levels in the Nordic region, as well as in a global context. Since 1996, they believe that art and culture are without borders. In a time of upheaval, when nations close in upon themselves, art can act as a focal point that opens up and creates connections.
The Nordic Culture Fund launches a major Globus Call within the Fund’s overall Globus initiative 2020-2024. The aim of the new programme is to give artists and cultural actors new opportunities to engage in wide transnational collaborations and long-term networks that extend beyond the Nordic region. Unlike the Fund’s other programmes, there is no criteria for collaboration between the Nordic countries. On the contrary, we aim to support projects that cannot be implemented in the Nordic Region alone. With Globus the Nordic Culture Fund wants to meet the increasing need for artists to act across borders and to foster genuine exchange in complex and rapidly changing global environments. The intention is to meet artists where they are and support them with trust and willingness to take risks.
The first Call will run from the 6th of June until the 3rd of October 2022. For more information, please visit the Spencer Foundation’s website.
To learn more about current calls for proposals or Eurodiaconia’s funding events, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our our Projects and EU Funding Officer Giorgia Signoretto at firstname.lastname@example.org