The Fund awards grants for around 340 projects and receives around 1300 applications every year. Here you can get inspired by selected projects we have supported in recent years.
The project focuses on the representation of women and minorities among those working behind the artistic scenes in logistics, engineering and production.
The project is based on a nature restoration project that will attempt to minimize the damage that industrially planted spruce trees have begun to cause to naturally growing birch trees due to global warming. Through the restoration project, Observations of Change will artistically illustrate the consequences of human intervention in nature.
A revitalisation and reinterpretation of the earliest printing types used in the first Finnish printing house, which existed from 1642-1827. Based on surviving books and copies from the printing house, the project will breathe new life into old printing practices.
The project will develop a Nordic network for archaeologists working with urban archaeology. Among other things, the network will ensure that the large amount of current research in the field is shared across the Nordic region.
Contemporary puppetry network Nordic-UA will support Ukrainian puppetry artists by bringing together puppeteers from the Nordic region and Ukraine for a series of workshops that will focus on artistic exchange and common European values such as democracy in the arts and artistic diversity.
A cross-Nordic co-production project for emerging artists. The project works in three different countries and builds international mentor relationships to help the new artists establish themselves in a Nordic arena.
A Nordic exchange and research programme to strengthen the development of choreographic art across the Nordic and Baltic countries.
An anthology about and by Afro-Nordic performers that will shed light on the experiences of the community in the Nordic region and contribute to the public discourse on the subject.
In the Mirror of Care Work will use performance art to portray the role and history of the nurse in the Nordic countries, while raising a discussion about its own artistic field through the mirroring of the nurses’ practice.
MoNDA is aiming at being the first artist-run museum for Nordic Digital Art. The project focuses on Nordic as well as international art developed with new technologies such as visual art on blockchains (the so-called non-fungible tokens).
An association of artistic and cultural institutions, who wish to accelerate action towards more sustainable practices in the Nordic artistic sector through a series of events.
Swedish, Moroccan and British project that will explore how textile patterns originally associated with Islam found their way into the Viking textile tradition
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.
A Sami art collaboration that will create and disseminate traditional Sami art and crafts across national borders.
Project whishing to discuss the role of dissemination and communication in archiving practices in the Nordic countries as well as to ensure and develop the dissemination of archives to citizens in the future.
A Nordic art festival that aims to create sustainable development in the art world with a special attention to the SDGs and conditions for multilingual and multiethnic artists.
A project exploring mental illness through a theater performance in a global context.
Dance and culture festival in the Faroe Islands in July 2022 with participants from the Nordic countries.
The project researches the relativity of the cultural, social and geopolitical processes which formed the certain territory of the European North through the geophysical and chemical processes.
An exhibition with a focus on sustainability, co-created by young curators from Iceland, Denmark, Finland and Estonia.