Here you can find out more about some projects that have received funding in recent years.
The Fund supports around 340 projects each year and receives around 1300 applications. Here you can get inspired by selected projects we have supported in recent years.
An association of artistic and cultural institutions, that wish to accelerate action towards more sustainable practices in the Nordic artistic sector through a series of events.
The project has received the Fund’s Project Funding.
What does the world’s smallest theatre puppet look like? In this project, researchers and artists from Finland, the US, the Czech Republic and the UK have come together to create a theatre performance that will communicate the wondrous possibilities of micro- and nanotechnology through art and theatre.
The project is supported by Globus Opstart.
14 projects received funding in the first major award of the Foundation’s Globus program. Here you can see a selection of the projects that received funding.
A collaborative project sparking interactions with independent shops at risk of gentrification by revitalizing the shops’ visual identities and enabling them to thrive.
A project that sows seeds for global climate justice through supporting creative collaborations around sustainability that challenge Westernized ways of knowing and doing.
With Mexico as its case, this project explores innovative artistic methods to develop technological tools in favour of women exposed to social constraints and systemic violence.
Here you can find a collection of documentaries where we meet artists from supported projects and discuss the role of art and culture in our society.
Inuk Silis Høeg is a Greenlandic film director and artist. In this documentary, Inuk tells about his latest project ‘THE GREEN LAND’ and his personal journey – about growing up in a family of artists and returning home and establishing himself as an artist in Greenland after years spent abroad.
This documentary presents the artistic work of the Finnish dancer and choreographer Taneli Törmä, based in Denmark. In his work, he wants to renew old structures and practices in making art. The Nordic Culture Funds has supported his project ‘Open Your Heart’ which researches and revives the curiosity of movement and the natural joy of dancing.
The Fund’s anthology ‘Reflections – art culture politics society’ initiates new conversations about the development and future of cultural policy. Here you can watch a film with experts who have contributed to the anthology: Ove Kaj Pedersen, professor emeritus in comparative political economics and Eline Wernberg Sigfusson, former Deputy Director of the Nordic Culture Fund.