- Culture of Solidarity Fund
- Culture of Solidarity Fund – Ukraine special edition – European Cultural Foundation
- Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO)
- Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online
- Goethe Institute
- Förderangebote für Kulturschaffende aus der Ukraine
- Vienna Institute of Humanities and Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
- Ukraine in European Dialogue Junior Fellowship
- Lutsk International Biennale of Contemporary Art
- Луцька міжнародна бієнале сучасного мистецтва
Culture of Solidarity Fund #
After an initial phase of cultural emergency relief, the Fund is now open to individuals, collectives and organizations from all sectors and civil society at large that propose short-term or mid-term European cultural initiatives in the following three areas:
- disinformation, misinformation, propaganda filter bubbles, fake news, ongoing war ‘infodemic’ by supporting independent, alternative, and trusted European (digital) media;
- providing and nourishing safe cultural spaces for individuals fleeing their homes and looking for shelter in exile or in Ukraine;
- counteracting forces of fragmentation through artistic and cultural expressions that provide hope to withstand the harsh realities of war and to act for a peaceful future of Ukraine and Europe.
The Fund has grants available in three amounts:
- Small: up to €5.000
- Medium: €5.000 – 20.000
- Large: €20.000 – 40.000
Grants are made available for a large variety of cultural needs required in this situation. Especially inside Ukraine, but also all over Europe. Culture of Solidarity support can cover production costs, rental costs, online co-working, and communication tools. Grants can also be used to cover travel costs, expert fees, and staff- and operational costs. However, the requested amounts must be feasible and justifiable.
Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) #
We are a group of more than 1,300 cultural heritage professionals – librarians, archivists, researchers, and programmers – working together to identify and archive at-risk sites, digital content, and data in Ukrainian cultural heritage institutions while the country is under attack.
Goethe Institute #
Provides a grant for a three-month project, the amount of the grant is 2000 euros. Applications are currently suspended – stay tuned.
Vienna Institute of Humanities and Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute #
Scholarships without the need to relocate with priority for those who remain in Ukraine, from the Institute of Humanities in Vienna and the Ukrainian Harvard Research Institute. The scholarship is for writers, artists, humanities researchers, and public intellectuals whose work contributes to the understanding of Ukraine in the world.
Lutsk International Biennale of Contemporary Art #
Applications will be accepted from February 15 to April 15, 2022.