Acknowledgement of the Sámi people

OCA acknowledges the Sámi as one people, and as the Indigenous people of the Fennoscandian region. On the land of this region, Sápmi, the Sámi people have lived since time immemorial, respectfully harvesting from nature by fishing, farming, hunting and following reindeer, amongst other activities.

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Covid-19 Adjustments to Grants

6 April 2020

ANNOUNCING TWO GRANT SCHEMES TEMPORARILY ADJUSTED TO COUNTER THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE VISUAL ARTS FIELD

Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) has collaborated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture to temporarily adjust two of its grant schemes to support the community during Covid-19

For recipients of previous support, we remind you that if the granted project abroad is cancelled, OCA upholds/pays the grant (or part of the grant as relevant) for the costs that have been incurred and cannot be refunded. OCA expects all recipients and applicants to follow the Ministry of Foreign Affairs travel advice, which can be found here: https://www.regjeringen.no/en/topics/foreign-affairs/reiseinformasjon/travel_coronavirus/id2691821/

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