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Now there is extra help to be found for artists who have a large share of their annual income during the summer months. They can now apply for support if their core business is heavily affected by the assembly ban, as larger events cannot be held.
A large number of initiatives have been initiated to keep the hand under cultural institutions around Denmark. The government has extended several of the initiatives so that they are valid until the end of August.
he Annual Report for 2019 from the Radio and TV Board has just been published on the Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen's website.
The temporary art support scheme for artists with combined income has been extended by one month and can now be applied for until August 8, 2020. This applies to both the scheme and the application deadline.
The project will seek to strengthen international cooperation to ensure that artists, cultural actors, researchers and communicators can think, produce and communicate creatively and freely.
It remains possible for media companies to apply for compensation for loss of ad revenue as a result of COVID-19. The application deadline is Monday, June 29.