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The SEK 150 million investment in culture in the regions will contribute to strengthening the cultural infrastructure throughout the country during the pandemic. This concerns, for example, concert halls, theaters, museums, libraries and archives and applies to activities that have previously received state funding within the cultural collaboration model.
Last year, 541 culture-related projects received just over SEK 460 million in support from the EU's structural and investment funds. This shows the annual Structural Fund report that the Cultural Council has produced in collaboration with the National Antiquities Office.
The Government has decided that the Swedish Arts Council will allocate an additional SEK 15 million to the stage composers to mitigate the financial consequences for the operations as a result of the new corona virus.
Due to the global consequences of COVID-19, the culture ministers have decided to postpone Nordic Bridges. The project will start in January 2022 instead of January 2021 as originally planned.
The Swedish Arts Council has distributed the support package to culture on two occasions. The first allocation of approximately SEK 21 million includes applications up to SEK 100,000.
Today, June 15, the Swedish Arts Council distributes the first part of the support package to the culture. Today's distribution of approximately SEK 21 million includes applications up to SEK 100,000.