The Finnish Cultural Foundation awards grants for international artists’ residency programmes each year. Three new residencies will be available in the 2024 call.

Applications close at 4 pm Finnish time on the last day of the application period.

The following residencies are offered by the Finnish Cultural Foundation:


Open call for 2024:

  • AIT, Tokyo, Japan, 3 months, visual arts/other fields
  • Fabrikken, Copenhagen, Denmark, 3 months, visual arts/other fields
  • Filba, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3 months, literature
  • Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn, Estonia, 2 to 3 weeks, all fields of performing arts, working groups (2 to 6 people) [NEW]
  • NART, Narva, Estonia, 3 months, visual arts/other fields, individual artists or work pairs
  • MORPHO, Antwerpen, Belgium, 5 months,  visual arts/other fields [NEW]
  • SÍM, Reykjavik, Iceland, 3 months, visual arts/other fields, individual artists or work pairs [NEW]
  • Tokyo Arts and Space Residency, Japan, 3 months, visual arts/other fields, individual artists or work pairs
  • Triangle, New York, United States, 3 months, visual arts/other fields

Exceptionally, the call will not be carried out for 2024 for the following:

  • Artspace, Sydney, Australia, 3 months for visual artists (individual artists or work pairs) (call will not be carried out for 2024)

Click on the name of the residency for further details. More information can also be found in feedback from some of the Cultural Foundation’s alumni. Information on residencies that were previously part of the Finnish Cultural Foundation's Residency Programme can be found here.

How to apply

Grant Decisions

Residency grants can be applied for during the August round of applications. Applications should be submitted using the Finnish Cultural Foundation’s Online Application Service. Applications close at 4 pm Finnish time on the last day of the application period. The grant decisions are released by January 5th, at the latest.

 
Further information about Residency Grants:
Museonjohtaja Johanna Ruohonen
Johanna
Ruohonen
Museum Director, Senior Advisor
Anniina Majanlahti-Binaku, Varsinais-Suomen rahaston sihteeri
Anniina
Majanlahti-Binaku
Coordinator