Dear <<First Name>>,

Hi! Olesya Radilova, a co-founder of the Floating EKA Foundation, is on the mic.

The first month of 2023 has already flown by, but we haven't shared our plans for this year yet. In 2023, we will continue to build bridges between people through culture, arts, and the launch of socio-cultural projects. The project you’ll hear the most about in the nearest future is "The Neighbours". In a few months, we will premiere four performances!

This year in our newsletters we will share updates on Floating EKA's projects, stories about our roses and thorns, and of course grant digests. Stay tuned and follow our social media for more.

Best wishes,
Olesya Radilova


💛 International Music Projects in Germany by Goethe Institut
The grant for professional ensembles and performing artists as well as amateur and newcomer ensembles supports music projects in Germany involving artists and ensembles from developing and transition countries.
⏰ Applications for funding for music projects abroad must be received at least three months before the project is to start.

💛 Nordic Culture Point: Mobility funding
Travel funding for individual professional practitioners of art and culture in the Nordic and Baltic region. Mobility funding is available for professional artists’ or cultural practitioners’ travel and/or stay within the Nordic and/or Baltic countries, that is to say: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden and Åland.
💰 Mobility funding applies to travel and/or stays of up to 14 days. The amount of funding is based on a fixed travel cost and/or a fixed allowance per day which is calculated according to the length of the stay and destination.

💛 Prosperous Future – New Application Programme for Civil Society Cooperation in the Region
Prosperous Future – A new application programme for the support of Nordic organisations’ cooperation for a green, democratic, and resilient region with civil society in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, independent partners with relation to Ukraine as well as Belarus, and Russia.
⏰ 15 February 2023
💰 The NCMS determines the final amount of the grant. 

💛 Artist/Designer In Residence
The goal of the residency is to explore new ways in which to apply our research results for creative expression. Specifically, we aim to collaboratively create an art piece or design prototype that will be exhibited and publicized in appropriate venues. The residency at GCM can last for up to three months starting in March 2023 at the earliest.
⏰ 28 February 2023
💰 a stipend that covers accommodation and living expenses; a budget of CHF 10k for consumables, machines, presentation materials, travel, etc., and others. 

💛 SI Baltic Sea Neighbourhood Programme
The programme provides funding to projects in which Swedish organisations work on cross-border challenges and opportunities together with organisations from the EU countries around the Baltic Sea and countries in the EU’s Eastern Partnership.
⏰ 02 March 2023
💰 There are two different types of grants: seed funding (up to SEK 400,000) and funding for cooperation projects (up to SEK 1,000,000).

💛 Rudolf Augstein Foundation’s regular art grant program

Rudolf Augstein Foundation supports contemporary projects of all kinds. They place a particular focus on projects that transcend borders. Individual artists and non-profit organisations alike are eligible to apply.
⏰ 01 April 2023
💰 maximum of 10,000 euros

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