Applications close at 4 pm Finnish time on the last day of the application period.
Dig It! archaeology initiative
The Finnish Cultural Foundation’s Dig It! archaeology initiative is designed to create opportunities for primary and secondary school students to take part in archaeological activities in their local area, and to promote their awareness and interest in scientific research methods, their own local heritage and history generally. More information.
Grants for Artists's Residencies
The Finnish Cultural Foundation awards grants for international artists’ residency programmes each year. There are 9 residencies in 8 different countries. More information.
The purpose of the mobility grant is to enable artists to spend time abroad to discover new tools and networks that support their art practise. More information.
The Finnish Cultural Foundation is promoting the use of new and innovative practices in museum exhibition design with the Museum Vision Project, the purpose of which is to increase the number of museum visitors and to enhance visitor experience. More information.