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TelepART Mobility Support

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V.l.n.r.: Performance Occasions, Isabel Lewis (Foto: Rocio Chacon). Seminar zur finnlandschwedischen Kultur und Sprache an der Universität Wien, November 2019 (Foto: Kollektiv Fischka).

Art

TelepART Art Funding programme helps emerging performing artists within theatre, performance, circus, dance and music to showcase their work internationally. The fast-access funding supports the mobility, international networking and the art-community between Finland and Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Artists living and working in Finland and travelling to German speaking Europe for performances, and vice versa, are free to apply for funding.

The funding programme enables artists to react quickly to work opportunities. The TelepART funding can be used for travel, accommodation and transportation expenses. Grants will only be considered for projects where the organiser, performer and their representatives are committed to the production. Applicants must be able to demonstrate high artistic value, the performer(s) must receive a decent compensation for their work and actors from Finland and at least one of the countries, where the Finnish Institute in Germany is active, have to be involved in the production. The maximum amount that can be applied for is 1000€ and the grant can cover at most 50 % of all costs. The applicant can be the artist, a representative of the artist or the event organiser.

The Finnish Institute makes the grant decisions with the support of the performing arts expert organisations Music Finland, Dance Info FinlandTheatre Info Finland (TINFO) and CircusInfo Finland. TelepART Art is open for applications throughout the year with the exemption of the Institute’s summer and winter closure times. Applications will be processed within two weeks.

Apply for TelepART-Art here.

 

Science

TelepART Science is intended for early and mid-career researchers for business trips from Finland to German speaking areas, and vice versa. The grant covers travel and accommodation expenses, for instance to seminars or conferences, where the applicant has an active participatory role as a speaker, member of a jury or committee or similar. The grant can be applied by researchers from any academic disciplines, working at universities or research institutes in Finland, Germany, Austria or Switzerland.

Researchers will be evaluated by academic merit, the significance of the funding for the applicant’s professional and academic activities and the impact of the project on the quality and quantity of academic exchange between Finland and the specified country. The maximum amount that can be applied for is 1000€.

TelepART Science applications will be evaluated and grants decisions made by the Finnish Institute in Germany. TelepART Science is open for applications throughout the year with the exemption of the Institute’s summer and winter closure times. Applications will be processed within two weeks.

Apply for TelepART-Science here.

 

TelepART is supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and the Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation.

 

TelepART Germany privacy policy 2020 (PDF, 482 KB)

TelepART Germany terms and conditions 2020 (PDF, 642 KB)

 

TelepART funding programme

Contact:
Mika Minetti, Tel. +49 30 40 363 18 94
telepart@finstitut.de   |   www.applytelepart.com

Partners: Music Finland, Dance Info Finland, Theatre Info Finland (TINFO), CircusInfo Finland

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