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As a monthly supporter you gain influence on the public cultural budget. Parts of the grants are directed to the project you chooce to support.Read more
You who have a creative idea canuse this site to fund your project, reach an early engagement from the audience and market your project.Read more
We want to increase democratic practize and transparency in the cultural sector by involving you as a citizen in the decision making process.Read more
Do you have a cultural project you'd like to see realized but not the money to finance it? Then Crowdculture may be a help for you!
When you want to publish your project, press the "Upload Project"-button. Then register as a member of Crowdculture for a cost of 150 SEK, money that you afterwards add on other projects in the system. You can not vote for your own project. When registrering, describe your project and select tags matching your project. The system will then match your project with matching funds. Every fund has their own criteria for what type of projects they can support. Read more about the calls here.
Now it's time to start crowdfunding, thus reaching out to as many people as possible who are willing to support you. Both socially and economically.
When members choose to add their voice to your project, those money get a counter financing from the Funds. This counter financing (the relation between members voices and the public cultural budget) depends entirely on how strong members support cultural projects. It is therefore important for you to collect as many votes as possible! If you have a big group of members supporting you, you'll get a bigger amount from the public budget.
You have to get the money needed to cover 100% of your desired budget within a certain time period. How long you have to accumulate money, you decide when you publish your project. You get up to 120 days. If you don't reach your full budget the money from the members will return back into Crowdculture's pot and go to other cultural projects.
If a person want to donate more money to your project, they can do so through a direct donation. Either they are already members, and choose to spend additional money on your project, or they're not registered on Crowdculture. The money, received from a non-member, will not correspond with the public budget. Thus, you'll not be able to "buy" public funds. If the project is not 100 % financed donations goes back to the donor (not Crowdculture pot). Read more about how to make donations here.