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The national user and use survey in the museums has been completed, and the results have been compiled in two reports. The reports provide an insight into who visits the museums, their motivation, what offers in the museums they use and the impression they are left with after the museum visit.
Today, the Ministry of Culture announced the details of the new stimulus scheme for the cultural sector, with a framework of NOK 500 million.
In the state budget for 2021, it is proposed to allocate NOK 100 million to new work grants, as a measure against the corona pandemic. This means that 309 additional work scholarships will be awarded in 2021. The application deadline is 16 October 2020.
This is an ambitious and future-oriented budget that will help to reopen a diverse and vibrant cultural sector, says Kristin Danielsen. - It is positive that the focus now is on increased activity and production in the sector, and that the stimulation scheme will be continued into next year.
For decades, artist scholarships have been one of our most important art policy tools. In a time of crisis, they are more important than ever, says committee leader Trude Gomnæs Ugelstad on the state artist scholarship.
The application process for round two of the compensation scheme is coming to an end, and most applicants will be paid the compensation in early October.