Mobility funding granted for travel in the Nordic-Baltic region

Photos of the exhibition: untitled: 4020-5422 by Xiao Zhiyu at Bærum Kunsthall, Norway. He received mobility funding this round to travel from Finland to SIM Residency Korpúlfsstaðir, Iceland. Photo: Tor S. Ulstein /kunstdok

The final application round of 2022 for mobility funding within the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture has now ended.

322 applications were received in this round, and a total of 91 applications were granted funding for cultural and artistic co-operation in the Nordic-Baltic region. The total amount granted was EUR 153,190. The next application round will open on 3 January 2023 and close on 31 January 2023. You can find the results from this and previous rounds here. Mobility funding is part of the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture, which aims to strengthen artistic and cultural co-operation between professional artists and cultural professionals in the Nordic Region and the Baltic countries.