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A new programme in Finland:
One percent of your time dedicated to arts

December, 2017

A new regional cultural welfare programme suggests that every citizen should enjoy 100 minutes of cultural activities every week, throughout the year.

The programme reflects Finnish Government’s project to expand the so called one percent for art scheme. The “one percent rule” means originally that up to 1 % of the construction costs in public buildings are invested in artworks. This new approach is intended to encourage acquisition of art-based and culture-based well-being services in the social welfare and healthcare sector.

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