The Creative Funding Awards will offer non-profit organisations grants of up to £10,000 to deliver creative and cultural activities that aid the pandemic recovery.
Aberdeen City Council has opened the programme to performances, exhibitions, networking events "or even something completely new and innovative".
"There are very few limitations on the type of creative project that can be supported."
The local authority is backing Culture Aberdeen's 10-year strategy for the city, and funded activities are expected to contribute towards the strategy's ambitions: releasing creativity, making the city a stage, connecting the city to te world, shaping its future, and becoming "Scotland's creative lab".
Individual residents can also apply for one of ten £2000 awards.
The deadline for applications is Friday June 18 at 5pm.