NAPA supports about 100 projects every year within all genres of art and culture with a Nordic perspective. Small and large groups of artists, actors, musicians, writes and many other alike have received support to complete a project to the enjoyment of inhabitants in Greenland and the Nordic region.
Musical storytelling, Nordic artists and collaboration across cultures, musicalities and national borders. The “Nordic Remix” project has received support from NAPA’s Cultural Support Program. Behind the initiative is the media collective Are We Europe and they have made a video about the project – watch
Nordic Nature Narratives focuses on people’s stories and examines views of nature across generations and cultures in the Nordic region. The project takes place in Greenland, northern Norway and Denmark in the period 2021-2022. By learning about the impact of nature on our lives and
Nuuk International Film Festival ended on September 18 after four days of entertainment through feature films and shorts from all around the world. For Industry Director Emile Hertling Péronard it is also a guarantee that he returns to Nuuk at least once a year. For
Julie Bach has been on a research stay in Nuuk, where she over the course of four weeks worked in the sewing room Kittat to learn about seal skin preparation and sewing avittat. Julie Bach was born on Rigshospitalet in 1979, but soon after the
The Nordic string group Unison Strings has made workshops for children and young people and played concerts in Greenland Since 2014, the inter-Nordic classical string festival, Unison Strings Festival – Greenland, has been inviting string students and professional string players from Greenland, the Faroe Islands,
"The support from NAPA made it possible for us to bring our dance performance "Noget lidt anderledes" on a tour in Greenland. We visited Sisimiut, Ilulissat, Uummanaq, Paamiut, Nuuk and Kulusuk and met children from the age of 6-9 years. What we appreciate even more than the grant from NAPA is the support we received from the staff at NAPA. They believed in the project and involved themselves emotionally and we are extremely grateful for this!"
“I have benefited greatly from NAPA’s support during my education as a sound technician and musician. I have travelled the Nordic region and met many people.”
“Thanks to NAPA’s support I have been able to realise my dream projects as well as go on several tours to the Greenlandic population and the rest of the Nordic region. Among other things with the documentary Eskimo Diva and the music project BLACKOUT.”
“The support from NAPA has given us the chance to travel with the Spot on Greenland tour. Thanks to the support it was easy for us to travel around in Denmark. It was a dream come true.”
“With the support from NAPA we could visit Greenland and play on Nuuk Nordisk Kulturfestival. We got the chance to strengthen old friendships and make new contact throughout the whole Nordic region. Plans and collaborations set in motion and many new things were discovered.”