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Grants for mobility

Grants are intended for professional artists or working groups formed by them, as well as for experts in different fields of the arts.

Application period: 16.11.2017 - 28.02.2018

Grants for artists


Grants for mobility

Grants are intended for professional artists or working groups formed by them, as well as for experts in different fields of the arts.

Application period: 16.11.2017 - 28.02.2018

Grants for promoting cultural diversity

Grants for promoting multiculturalism are intended for artists and working groups.

Application period ended: 15.11.2017

Project Grants

Project grants are intended to support the implementation of individual projects by professional artists and art journalists in different fields of the arts.

Application period ended: 15.11.2017

Ylimääräinen taiteilijaeläke

Ylimääräinen taiteilijaeläke voidaan myöntää tunnustukseksi ansiokkaasta toiminnasta luovana tai esittävä taiteilijana.

Application period ended: 02.10.2017

Artist grants

Artist grants are intended to support the work of professional artists in different fields of the arts. The grants are awarded for a period of between six months and five years.

Application period ended: 31.03.2017

Project Grants for Children's Culture

Project grants for children’s culture are intended to support the children’s and youth culture projects of professional artists, groups and art journalists.

Application period ended: 15.03.2017

Regional Project Grants

Project grants are intended to support the implementation of individual projects of artists or groups within the region.

Application period ended: 15.03.2017

Regional Working Grants

Working grants are intended to support the artistic work of professional artists or art journalists within the region.

Application period ended: 15.03.2017

Grants to Writers and Translators

Grants are intended to support the creative writing work of writers and translators.

Application period ended: 31.01.2017

Public Display Grants

Public display grants are intended to support the five-month work of professional artists whose works may be displayed in public. These grants are available to artists in the fields of the visual arts, photographic arts and industrial arts.

Application period ended: 31.01.2017

Subsidies to Writers and Translators

Subsidies to writers and translators are intended for elderly writers and translators living in reduced financial circumstances, as well as writers and translators who are experiencing financial difficulties due to illness or disability.

Application period ended: 31.01.2017

Special Subsidies for Children's Culture

Call for applications

Application period:

15.02.2017 - 15.03.2017
The deadline for submitting applications is 4:00pm on the last day of the application period.

Applications for subsidies may be submitted online during the above application period. Click on the link below to access our online service (the service is available in Finnish and in Swedish only). To log in you will need a Katso ID.

Log in and fill in the application online (user interface in Finnish)

Log in and fill in the application online (user interface in Swedish)

Instructions for using online services

The Arts Promotion Centre Finland requires that applicants familiarise themselves with the call for applications before filling in the application.

Intended recipients

The Arts Promotion Centre Finland awards special subsidies for children’s culture to communities operating in region such as associations, foundations, cooperatives and companies. Special subsidies are intended for legal communities only.

Purpose and amount

Special subsidies are intended for individual projects in children’s culture to be realised in 2017. The Arts Promotion Centre Finland does not award subsidies amounting to less than 1500 euros. Special subsidies may cover only a portion of the total funding of the project and not all expenses. If the project generates a profit, the recipient may be asked to return the subsidy in full or in part. Previously awarded subsidies are listed under each region separately.

Special subsidies are not awarded to cover the costs of a community’s regular operations (see Operational Subsidies).

Decision-making criteria

The decision is based on an overall evaluation of the applications. When evaluating applications, attention is paid to the following aspects. These criteria represent general guidelines.

Quality of the project:

  • Does the project have significance in terms of developing children’s culture?
  • What is the standing of the community within the field of children’s culture?
  • Is the project plan credible, are its objectives interesting, and can they be achieved in the proposed way?

Scope and impact of the project:

  • Does the project have local, regional, national or international significance?
  • Does the project encourage a broader understanding culture or promote debate about children’s culture?
  • What kinds of new ideas and operating models does the project offer to the artform/artists/audiences?

Financing and implementation of the project

  • Is the project plan, including its budget, realistic and feasible?
  • Is the subsidy that has been applied for essential for carrying out the project?
  • How have the community’s finances been managed in previous years?
  • Is the amount of the subsidy that has been applied for suitable in terms of the scope and theme of the project?
  • What share (%) does the subsidy represent of the total budget for the project?
  • Does the project already have confirmed financing? If not, how realistic are the other sources of income (risk management)?

In addition, regional and linguistic factors are also taken into account when evaluating applications, as well as the amount of funding that has been allocated.

Additional terms and conditions

When awarding subsidies, other state subsidies awarded by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland and its arts councils, as well as by the Ministry of Education and Culture, are taken into consideration. The Arts Promotion Centre Finland does not award multiple state subsidies for the same purpose.

Obligations of recipients of subsidies:

  • To use the subsidy during the year in which it was awarded or no later than during the following year. New subsidies shall not be awarded if previously awarded subsidies have not been used.
  • To submit written clarification and a financial statement of how the subsidy was used.

What to include with your application

  • Mandatory: Signed and audited financial statements for the previous financial period (income statement and balance sheet)
  • In addition, you may also include up to two attachments that are relevant to your application. The file names should describe the content.
  • The maximum file size for each attachment is 2Mb.
  • Attachments may not be sent by e-mail
  • Applications and attachments will not be returned

Visual arts applicants should also include 1 to 5 images of their works in pdf format (maximum file size 2Mb), including details about the name, technique, size and date of each work. Files containing videos or other moving images may not be sent as attachments. Instead, we recommend that artists include a link to their own websites on their applications.

Grounds for not awarding a subsidy

  • If the application arrives after the application deadline. Applications must be received by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland by 4:00pm on the last day of the application period.
  • If the application is incomplete (if the required information has not be delivered to the Arts Promotion Centre Finland following a request for such information)
  • If the applicant has not submitted written clarification of previously awarded subsidies before the given deadline.
  • If the community already receives an operational subsidy from the Arts Promotion Centre Finland.

This subsidy is subject to the Act (657/2012) and statute (727/2012) on Taiteen edistämiskeskus (only in Finnish); Discretionary Government Transfers (688/2001); Administrative Procedure Act (434/2003). The

Arts Promotion Centre Finland monitors the use of subsidies and is entitled if necessary to review the finances and activities of the recipient. Arts Promotion Centre Finland monitors the use of subsidies and is entitled if necessary to review the finances and activities of the recipient.

Submitting applications by post

Applications may also be submitted by printing out the application form, filling it in and sending it by post to the Arts Promotion Centre Finland. Applications must be received by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland by 4:00pm on the last day of the application period.

Download the application form to your computer (available only in Finnish/Swedish).

Central Finland
Häme
Kymenlaakso and South Karelia
Lapland
North Karelia
Northern Ostrobothnia and Kainuu
North Savo
Ostrobothnia
Pirkanmaa
Satakunta
South Savo
Uusimaa
Varsinais-Suomi

Applications should be submitted either electronically or on paper (not both).

Notification of decision

All applicants shall receive written notification of the decision.

Information

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