Suomen kulttuuri- ja tiedeinstituutit avaavat Together Alone 2.0 -ohjelmahaun! | Open Call Together Alone 2.0
The Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes network responds to the challenges of the continued Coronavirus pandemic by announcing a new open call for art projects.
The Institutes are seeking artistic proposals related to the themes of resilience in the face of the pandemic, radical change, societal innovation, inclusive and accessible art practice. We encourage collective and socially responsible and collaborative projects that are developed with minorities and/or underrepresented communities to apply.
The project will also act as a documentation of the crisis and gives the artists an opportunity to reflect it through the arts. We will favour projects that create templates and best practices that can be replicated in different environments and with different participants.
The application is open to all Finnish and Finland-based professional artists, artists groups and their international collaborators. The Institutes will commission projects from selected artists or artistic groups to be completed by 31 December, 2021. A digital, and, restrictions permitting, partly physical festival will take place in early 2022.
The total grant of an individual project is between 5000 € – 9000€ (including work compensation and all expenses).
The projects can take place or be available on the artist’s website, on a public web platform, on Youtube or on an alternative platform with a reach to wide audiences. The implementation of the project must comply with the national law concerning accessibility of digital services.
Send your applications by the end of May 11 2021.
For your budget, please use the Budget Template attached here.
The choice of projects will be made by a panel of experts from the Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes by the end of June 2021.