All projects that receive funding which is administered by the Nordic Culture Point need to clearly display the following logotypes in the information material which is produced. This applies both to information on the Internet and printed material. You do not need to use Nordic Culture Point’s logo in addition to the ones listed below.
Nordic Council of Ministers
Projects which have been granted funding from the Culture and Art Programme, Volt or the Norden 0–30 grant programme should use the Nordic Council of Ministers’ logo in their material.
For those project within the Nordic region which do not have a logo available in their local language (such as Greenlandic and Faroese), please use another one that you feel comfortable with.
Projects within the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture (funding for artist residencies, network funding and mobility funding), which are funded jointly by the Nordic Council of Ministers and ministries of culture in the Baltic countries, should use the programme’s logo.
42 projects were granted funding from Culture and art programme
Mobility funding granted for 40 projects
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