Online services for artists
Please note that our online services can only be accessed using desktop computers and laptops but not mobile devices.
To access the online services, first you must log in. For this you will need one of the following:
- personal eBanking identifiers
- personal mobile certificate
- personal electronic ID card.
Please note that Taike's online services are available in Finnish and in Swedish only.
Log in on the online services (in Finnish).
Log in on the online services (in Swedish).
When logging in for the first time, the "Omat tiedot" (Personal details) page will open automatically. Fill in the requested information, after which it will be stored in Taike's customer register.
If you have used Taike's online services before, and your personal details have been stored in Taike's customer register, the homepage will open automatically after logging in. Before filling in any new applications, you should always check your current information under "Omat tiedot" (Personal details).
You can store two addresses in the customer register, one for Finland and one for a foreign residence, if necessary. The country of residence setting determines which one is used.
Include your preferred bank account number on the "Omat tiedot" (Personal details) page and it will be stored in Taike's customer register, so every time you fill in a new application it will be included automatically.
If your bank details change, remember to update the information on the "Omat tiedot" (Personal details) page. This will not affect applications that have already been sent or processed. If you would like to change your bank details for applications that have been approved, for example for ongoing payments of artist grants or project grants, please contact Taike directly: email@example.com
The system does not yet accept foreign bank details, so if you have access only to a foreign bank account, please contact Taike directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grants are not paid to the accounts of associations, co-operatives, companies, foundations or other communities.
Separate bank account for specific application
You can also include separate bank details on each application. In this case, the bank details you provide on the application shall be used only for payments related to that specific application and will not affect the bank details stored in Taike's customer register and used for other payments.
Authorising someone to act on your behalf
As of 16 March 2020, it is possible to authorise another person to act on your behalf in matters concerning the Arts Promotion Centre Finland (Taike). Electronic authorisations can be obtained using the online Suomi.fi service, where you can also manage all your mandates. Before authorising someone to act on your behalf, read the instructions carefully on the Suomi.fi website.
Personal customers of Taike require only one mandate: Applying for subsidies and maintaining information. This mandate allows the assignee to prepare applications for discretionary government transfers and measures related to the transfers, submit them for processing, withdraw an application and maintain information related to the assignor on behalf of the assignor. Please note that you are responsible for keeping your mandates up to date.
On the "Avoimet haut" (Open calls for applications) page you can see all current calls for applications.
Filling in a new application
Begin a new application from the "Avoimet haut" (Open calls for applications) page. Under "Matka-apurahat" (Travel grants) select "Tee uusi hakemus" (New application). Then select the language in which you prefer to apply (Finnish or Swedish). The default language is the same as the one that you used to log in with.
On the first page of the application you will see your personal details as stored in the customer register. If you would like to update your information, go to the "Omat tiedot" (Personal details) page. You can then return to the application from the "Omat hakemukset" (My applications) page under "Keskeneräiset" (Drafts).
Remember to save each page before you proceed to the next page.
When you send your application, it will be automatically saved on the "Omat hakemukset" (My applications) page under "Lähetetyt" (Sent).
The accepted file formats and maximum number of appendices are specified on the application form. The maximum size for each attachment is 4 Mb.
Do not use any protection, encryption or other security features on your appendices that could prevent your application from being processed.
On the "Omat hakemukset" (My applications) page you can view all your applications and their status.
Under "Keskeneräiset" (Drafts) you can see all the applications that you have been working on but not yet sent. You can continue working on these applications by clicking on "Muokkaa" (Edit). You can edit your application as often as you like within the application period until you click on "Lähetä" (Send).
Once the application period has ended, you can no longer send the application, but you can still view your drafts. The applications are listed in descending order with the one that you have worked on most recently at the top. You can change the order by clicking on the column headers.
Incomplete applications (drafts) cannot be viewed by Taike. You can remove your drafts at any time by clicking on "Poista" (Delete).
Under "Lähetetyt" (Sent) you can see all the applications that you have sent but that are still pending a decision. The applications are listed in descending order with the one that you have sent most recently on top. You can change the order by clicking on the column headers.
Sent applications shall be given a record number as soon as they are officially received and stored in Taike's system, at which time you will be informed by e-mail. A short delay can be expected due to congestion, especially towards the end of the application period.
Sent applications and their attachments can be seen on the "Hakemuksen käsittelyvaiheet" (Status) page by clicking on the "Selaa" (Browse) link.
Applications that have been sent can still be amended as follows:
Sending applications electronically will allow them to be processed faster. It is therefore important that your applications are as complete as possible already during the application period.
You can amend your applications at any time during the application period by clicking on "Täydennä" (Edit). This link is disabled at the end of the application period.
If you receive a request from Taike to supply further information, the "Täydennä" (Edit) link will be reactivated for a set period as stated in the request.
The maximum number of attachments is five and the maximum size for each attachment is 4 Mb.
You will be informed by e-mail once the changes have been stored in the system.
You can cancel your application by clicking on the "Peruuta" (Cancel) link.
You will be informed by e-mail once the cancellation has been confirmed.
Under "Päätetyt" (Processed) you can see all the applications that you have sent and that have been processed. The applications are listed in descending order with the one that you have sent most recently on top. You can change the order by clicking on the column headers.
You will be informed by e-mail about all decisions. The decisions can be seen on the "Hakemuksen käsittelyvaiheet" (Status) page by clicking on the "Selaa" (Browse) link.
You can also request a change to a positive decision by clicking on the "Muutospyyntö" (Request change) link and filling in the form. To do so, click on the “Granted Mandates” link and request changes.The terms and restrictions for grants are included with the decision and list the kinds of changes that are possible and when they should be made.
The most common changes include:
- changes to the intended use of the grant or subsidy
- changes to the deadline for using the grant or subsidy
- changes to the deadline for submitting clarification of how the funds were spent
- changes to the membership of a working group
- cancellation of a grant or subsidy.
Remember to submit clarification before the deadline. The clarification link can be found behind the “Granted Mandates” link. Guidelines for filling in the form are included on the form.Last modified: 30.03.2020