Here we present a number of other Nordic support options and pools that you can apply for. Read more on their websites.
The Nordic Culture Fund supports art and culture co-operation for both professionals and amateurs in the Nordic region. The key words for projects that receive support are: Variety, foresight, availability and quality. They support through various pools such as Puls, Globus, Opstart and Project funding.
The foundation’s primary purpose is to promote film and television productions in the Nordic countries by providing support for documentaries, feature films, and television series.
NORA supports collaborative projects involving partners from at least two of the four NORA countries (Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, and Coastal Norway). NORA does not normally support projects that are characterized as “pure” research or cultural projects.
Norwegian Literature Abroad (NORLA) manages a pool for the Nordic Council of Ministers, which is awarded to support translations of professional, fiction and children’s literature between the Nordic languages. The pool can be applied for by the publisher. In addition, professional theaters in the Nordic countries can apply for support for translation of plays.
The aim is to ensure the spread of and strengthen the knowledge of Nordic literature in Greenland. The pool is administered by the Greenland Writers’ Association, Atuakkiortut. Individuals cannot apply for support – the publisher must apply. The page referred to is in Greenlandic.
The following funds and pools have a special focus on projects that relate to Greenland or involve Greenlandic actors.
As a member of Koda, you have the opportunity to apply for support from Koda’s Cultural funds. Koda also has specific funds for Greenlandic music projects. The other Nordic countries have similar organizations – TONO in Norway etc.
The Government of Greenland has several grant schemes and pools that support arts and culture. The grant schemes are administered by the Department of Education, Culture and Church under the Naalakkersuisut.
The Ivalo & Minik Foundation is a Greenlandic education fund that awards scholarships to Greenlanders who want to take an international higher education or an international continuing education course, including an internship in a company or organization.
The foundation supports projects in the fields of art and culture, as well as humanitarian and social projects. In addition, they have a special focus on research and education in Danish flora and fauna as well as maintaining a healthy balance between hunting and nature interests.
The foundation develops and supports art, culture and social projects. The foundation has a special focus on cultural projects as well as socially disadvantaged children and young people in Greenland.