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On April 7, the government extended the ban on events until June 15. The Culture Council has previously announced that grant recipients who must cancel or postpone measures due to the corona situation up to and including June 30, will not lose the grant. The condition is that the grant is still used in line with the purpose
Festivals and other organizers in Norway now face a very difficult task. The government's compensation scheme for the cultural sector covers events through April, but now we need schemes that also include festivals throughout the summer, says Hagen.
Up to 30 million of the funds in the Norwegian Cultural Fund are set aside in a separate grant scheme for art and cultural projects during the corona pandemic. Both guidelines and application form are now ready, with the first application deadline on May 5.
Now that the whole sector is in crisis, the government has been concerned that the measures we are proposing should be implemented as soon as possible. I am therefore pleased to announce that the Ministry of Culture has now made regulations and carried out the necessary procedures with ESA very quickly, says Minister of Culture and Gender Equality Abid Raja.
Today, the Ministry of Culture presented the details of the new compensation scheme for cancelled, closed and delayed events in the cultural sector.
Up to 30 million of the funds in the Norwegian Cultural Fund are set aside in a separate grant scheme for art and cultural projects that must adapt to the corona pandemic. The scheme will also include projects that have already been completed.