GLEN Network Grant
GLEN (Great Little European Network) connects the smallest countries of Europe through common networking and training programmes with the objective to contribute to designing more meaningful practices and more sustainable performing arts sectors in the concerned countries, interconnecting them and taking a prominent place on the international scene. The network aims to be an incubator for those who, while benefiting from a local anchorage, ambition to develop their practice internationally.
GLEN has been established in 2023 at the initiative of 8 organisations working in supporting the structuration and internationalisation of their national performing arts field:
For its first year of existence, from September 2023 to June 2024, GLEN will implement three schemes of activities:
Independent performing artists living in Iceland
The applicant provides the following information and documentation. An application shall be submitted in English electronic application form. Link at the bottom of the page.
Evaluation of applications
Applications will be reviewed and the grantee selected by the representatives of the partner organisations of GLEN. The decision is final.
Applications shall be submitted by 16 June 2023 at midnight Icelandic time.
The grantee will receive a lump sum of 500 € to cover expenses in the frame of the critical friendship.
Travel, accommodation and per diem costs in the frame of the networking events will be covered by GLEN network.
The Project partners led by Kanuti Gildi SAAL received short-term network funding from the Nordic Culture Point to establish GLEN - Great Little European Network.