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The city of Innsbruck honors outstanding contributions to art and culture with many awards.
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The Arthur Haidl Award honors projects in the fields of culture, youth, preservation of tradition, education and the humanities.
The Paul Hofhaimer Prize promotes the interpretation of old master organ compositions.
The prize, donated by the city of Innsbruck, is awarded every two years as part of the Austrian Graphic Design Competition.
Every year, the city of Innsbruck awards the prize for artistic creation alternately in the fields of literature, visual arts and music.
The award recognizes outstanding achievements in the genre of slam poetry and promotes the further development of the slam poetry scene in Tyrol.
The two prizes are awarded annually by the association "TonArtTirol" and the city of Innsbruck.
The Documentary Film Prize of the City of Innsbruck is awarded annually for the best film in the documentary film competition of the IFFI - International Film Festival Innsbruck in summer.
The City of Innsbruck supports young researchers at the University of Innsbruck and the Medical University of Innsbruck.
The City of Innsbruck promotes research and innovation at the Management Center Innsbruck.
If you have any questions, we can be reached during office hours at +43 512 5360 0.
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