Projects we have funded

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.

See other projects we have supported previously:
Forskellige Inuit trommer på gulvet
Katuarpalaaq – The sound of drums

Katuarpalaaq is a drum dance festival, which was organized by Katuaq between the 21st and 25th of March 2022. During the week, people could come and see drum dancers from Canada, Alaska and Greenland. Here you can read more about what the week with the

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En mand og en kvinde står, og kigger op på hinanden med røg omkring dem.
A dramatic look into Greenlands history

In January, The Royal Theater in Copenhagen gave the stage to Greenland, as they showed the world premiere of the play “Præsten og åndemaneren” (The priest and the shaman), written by the Greenlandic Makka Kleist. The play brought a dramatic and insightful look into the

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Familien Norden
What is family – what is the Nordic region?

Six young actors meet in a performance at ZeBU, where they in the transition between reality and fiction discuss what being part of the Nordic family means to them – and what divides them. In the theater production Familien Norden, two Greenlandic, two Danish and

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Bobbi Lo Produktion

"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!"

Hans-Ole Amossen, musician and sound technician from Nuuk​

“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.”

Nuka Carmen Bisgaard, model, movie maker and organizer of the first Gay Pride in Greenland

“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.”

Sound of the Damned, metal band from Nuuk

“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.”

Bird People, band from Mariehamn on Åland​ Islands

“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.”

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