Project Grant for Organizations to participate in Art Fairs abroad (Finland)
Frame Contemporary Arts Finland is accepting applications for project grant for organizations to participate in art fairs abroad. The purpose of the grant is to strengthen the international position of Finnish contemporary art by supporting the opportunities of galleries to participate in major international art fairs.
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The purpose of grants awarded by Frame is based on the strategy of the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and Frame’s own strategy.
For what purpose can a project grant be applied for?
The grant can be awarded for the presentation at art fairs abroad of work by Finnish artists or artists based in Finland.
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Project grants can be only applied for to cover the following expenses:
Booth rental or participation fee;
Travel and accommodation expenses;
Transport and insurance of artworks.
Project grants cannot be spent on:
Per diems, living costs or fees;
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Artist-run organisations such as associations and cooperatives.
Artists or work groups are not eligible for project grants to attend art fairs. They are advised instead to apply for a travel grant for artists for exhibiting abroad.
Project Description: description of the fair and reason for attending this particular fair, grounds for the choice of artist, and significance for the development of the artist’s international career;
Curriculum Vitae (1–2 pages) or biography of each participating Finnish artist;
3–5 images per participating Finnish artist.
Attachments should be in PDF or JPG format. The maximum file size is 3 Mb.
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For more information, visit https://frame-finland.fi/en/apurahat/hakijat/