Table 3: Direct state cultural expenditure and transfers (central level): by sector, in 1 000 of SEK, 2015
|Field / Domain / Sub-domain||TOTAL||
of which: Direct expenditure*|
(of government or its agencies)
|of which: Transfers*|
|in 1 000 SEK||in %||
to other |
levels of government
|to NGOs, companies, individuals|
|I. Cultural Heritage||2 670 000||23,8|
|Historical Monuments||920 000||7.9|
|Museums||1 395 000||12,4|
|Intangible Heritage / Folk Culture||*|
|II. Visual Arts||80 000||0,7|
|Fine Arts / Plastic Arts||*|
|Design / Applied Arts||*|
|III. Performing Arts||1 278 000||11,4|
|Theatre, Music Theatre, Dance||*|
|IV. Books and Press***||311 000||2,7|
|V. Audio-visual and Multimedia||310 000||2,8|
|Cultural Relations Abroad||*|
|Cultural Education****||3 800 000||34,0|
|VII. Not covered by I-VI||2 736 000||24,5||1 300 000 *****|
|TOTAL||11 185 000||100|
Source(s): Myndigheten för kulturanalys.
* Information not available.
** Basic funding for public libraries is provided by municipalities. National government funding of public libraries is counted under literature. Funding for research libraries is not included in the table and is in most cases included in government grants for universities.
*** Not including government grants to the press, outside of the cultural policy budget.
**** Government expenditure on popular education and on culture in public schools. Higher artistic education is not included here since it is an integrated part of government grants to universities and university colleges.
***** Grants for regional cultural activities and institutions included in The Culture Cooperation Model.