Frame Contemporary Art Finland: Travel Grant for Art Experts for Travelling Abroad
The Frame Contemporary Art Finland is seeking applications for its Travel Grant for art experts who are travelling abroad to promote the opportunities of Finnish art and artists for international interaction and the exhibition of Finnish art internationally. 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.
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Travel grants can only be applied for to cover personal;
Travel grants cannot be spent on
residencies (including travel to and from);
per diems or living costs;
Finnish art experts and art experts based in Finland can apply for a travel grant for work-related trips abroad.
Travel grants may not be applied on behalf of another person.
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The following criteria are indicative only: not all conditions must be met. Other viewpoints, such as regional and linguistic factors, are also taken into account. All applicants are treated equally. Equality means that all persons are equal regardless of their gender, age, ethnic or national origin, nationality, language, religion or belief, opinions, disability, state of health, sexual orientation or any other personal characteristic.
Quality of artistic work
Is the applicant a convincing artist in his/her field?
Is the applicant (or member of the project) a professional or is the work professional?
Quality of the project
Are the aims of the project well-defined?
Does the project foster international connections for those involved?
Does the project enhance the skills and competence of those involved?
Scope and impact of the project
Does the project have international significance?
Are there partners involved?
Does the project also create added value for others than those involved?
Project budget and organisation
Are the project and its budget realistic and is the applicant capable of making it happen?
Is the grant necessary for the project?
Does the application indicate other sources of funding for the project and are those sources realistic?
After the application deadline, the applications are processed at Frame and assessed by the Grant Committee.
The Grant Committee submits a proposal to the Board of Directors on the distribution of the grant money.
The Board of Directors of the Frame Foundation makes the final decisions on grants within approximately 8 weeks of the application deadline.
Applications are processed at Frame, and an alternating member of the Grant Committee assesses them every other month.
The assessor submits a proposal to the Board of Directors on the distribution of the grant money.
The decisions on awarded travel grants are announced approximately three weeks after the deadline.
For more information, visit https://frame-finland.fi/en/apurahat/hakijat/