Hvem kan søge?
The collaborative agreement which exists between the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Danish Ministry of Culture is designed to promote Danish international cultural exchange.
The funding scheme administered under this agreement is open only to institutions covered by the agreement. International partners interested in initiating a collaboration on international cultural exchange can, however, contact their local Danish mission.
It is up to the Danish mission to apply for funding. Funding goes towards cross-sectoral international cultural exchange projects within the branches of the arts covered by the Ministry of Culture: Film, Architecture, Crafts and Design, Literature, Music, Visual Arts and Performing Arts.
Hvad er formålet med ordningen?
Grants available under the Collaborative Agreement can be sought by partners of the Collaborative Agreement for international cultural exchange projects designed to strengthen:
- Development and renewal of Danish arts and culture
- Promotion of Denmark as a country
- Furthering of cultural export
- Furthering of intercultural dialogue
Sådan vurderes din ansøgning
In assessing your application weight is placed on supporting projects which reflect the focus areas in the International Culture Panel's Strategic Action Plan 2017-2020 (pdf):
The four objectives
- To develop and renew Danish art and culture
- To market Denmark as a nation
- To promote cultural exports
- To promote intercultural dialogue
Geographical areas of focus
- European neighbours
- Asia - China, Japan and South Korea
The ICP principles
- Local interest
- Long-term perspective
Hvad skal ansøgningen indeholde?
We recommend that you read the application form carefully and have all the necessary information and documents ready before completing the application.
- Aim of the project
- Project description (brief)
- Success criteria
- Collaborative partners
- Project participants
The following enclosures must be attached to the application:
- Project description (full)
- C.V.s of participants
For all applicants with a non-Danish account: Fill in the bank information and attach it to your application. Use this bank information scheme for countries using IBAN. Use this bank information scheme for countries NOT using IBAN.
Any other material submitted will not be taken into account in assessing the application. Documents sent by post will not be returned.
Applications not accompanied by the requisite information and documentation will not be considered.
Når du har indsendt ansøgningen
When you submit your electronic application you will automatically receive an e-mail acknowledging its receipt, with a copy of the application attached.
With applications for grants of over DKK 100,000 you will be notified of the steering committee’s decision within 12 weeks. Deadlines in 2019 for application for grants of over DKK 100,000 are March 28, May 6, August 5 and November 4.
Applications for grants of under DKK 100,000 will be dealt with within four weeks. Deadline for application for grants of under DKK 100,000 is continous.
If your application is approved you are asked to read "When you are awarded a grant"
Hvem vurderer din ansøgning?
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Danish Ministry of Culture assess applications for grants of over DKK 100,000. Applications for grants of up to DKK 100,000 are assessed by the Danish Agency for Culture. The Danish Agency for Culture will solicit statements from the relevant art centres. These statements will be taken into account when assessing applications.
Ansøgningsskema som PDF?
Her på siden laves alle ansøgningerne elektronisk, men mange har glæde af at printe en PDF til at orientere sig i kravene, inden de når til udfyldelsen af den egentlige ansøgning. Men husk, at du ikke kan udfylde skemaet i hånden og aflevere det fysisk eller analogt.