Funding and showcases

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Funding Deadline

Residency development fund (for potential applicants for the ‘International residency host programme for performing arts in Denmark’)

Development fund established to support applicants who need to do research before applying for the residency host programme.

Performing arts

13. March 2017

International development and networking activities

Grants for development and networking activities for musicians and composers


19. April 2017

Danish Art Abroad

Grants for Danish artists' travel, accommodation and transport of works in connection with the exhibition of Danish contemporary art outside Denmark.

Visual arts

25. April 2017

Performing arts - International activities

Grant for performing arts activities with international content.

Performing arts

1. May 2017

Danish crafts and design abroad

Grants for Danish craftsmen’s and designers’ travel and accommodation, transport of works, and publications in connection with exhibitions of Danish contemporary craft and design outside Denmark.

Crafts & Design

16. August 2017

International residency host programme for performing arts in Denmark

Residency programmes in Denmark running over a four-season period from 2018/2019 ending 2021/2022.

1. September 2017

Can Lis – Residencies on Mallorca for architects and others

Grants for residencies at Can Lis on Mallorca for Danish and non-Danish architects and others

Film, Crafts & Design, Architecture

6. September 2017

Nordic translations

Grants to nordic publishers to cover translation fees


15. September 2017

Translation Fund

Grants for translation fees upon publication can be applied for by publishers and theatres. Grants may also be applied for to cover production costs for illustrated works.


15. September 2017

International Research Programme (Visual Arts)

Please note that all applications for 2016 must be submitted by November 11th 2016. For applications submitted November 12th - December 31st 2016, any possible funding will not be paid until 2017. Curators, directors of art institutions and other art professionals from abroad may apply for funding to carry out curatorial research in Denmark. You will receive the Danish Arts Foundation's Committee for Visual Arts Project Funding's decision after ca. 2 weeks.

Visual arts


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