International funding options
Are you from abroad and you want to collaborate with an Icelandic jazz musician? Below is an extensive list of international funding options. Funding for cultural projects, tour support and more:
25% refunds are offered for recording costs incurred in Iceland. This applies to Icelandic musicians and foreign musicians who want to record in Iceland. More info on the website
Various grant options
European Cultural Foundation
Funds cultural co-operation between two or more European countries.
Funds cultural co-operation between three or more European countries.
Funding for projects in the Nordic Countries
Funding for projects in the Nordic and Baltic Countries. Project funding, mobility funding and funding for networking
Denmark – Iceland co-operation fond
Funds cultural co-operation between Iceland and Denmark
Sweden – Iceland co-operation fond
Funds cultural co-operation between Iceland and Sweden
Finland – Iceland co-operation fond
Funds cultural co-operation between Iceland and Finland
Norway – Iceland co-operation fond
Funds cultural co-operation between Iceland and Norway
A.P. Møller Fond
For cultural co-operation between Denmark and other Nordic countries.
Clara Lachmann Fond
Funds cultural co-operation between the Nordic countries.
NATA – North Atlantic Tourist Association
Funding for cultural projects happening in the West-Nordic area (Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands
Funding for cultural projects in Greenland
The West-Nordic Capitals Fond
Cultural funding for collaborative projects happening in Nuuk (Greenland), Reykjavík (Iceland) or Tórshavn (Faroe Islands)
The American-Scandinavian Foundation
Fund cultural relations between a Scandinavian country and the USA
U.S. Embassy co-operation funding (Iceland – USA)
Funds cultural co-operation between Iceland and USA