Malerier fra drømmeworkshop i Sisimiut

Tamassa: Open counseling

Every Tuesday from 14 to 16 you can drop by NAPA to get help with your application or project.

In Greenlandic we say ‘tamassa’ for ‘come inside’.

  • Can I apply NAPA for my project?
  • Where can I find project partners?
  • How do I make a budget?
  • How do I write an application?
  • What other funds are there that I can apply for my project?

These questions and others about your project can be answered at NAPA. We’re here to help – no matter where you are in the process. Every Tuesday from 14 to 16 you can drop by for a chat in your favourite language. You do not have to make an appointment – you just show up.

Of course you’re still welcome to contact us regarding digital counceling (phone, video or email) if you are not in Nuuk.

Find us in Katuaq just above the kiosk – up the spiral staircase, over the bridge. We look forward to seeing you; welcome!

Other projects we funded
Unison Strings øver
Nordic strings in Greenland

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,

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New textbook on law and democracy

Nuuk Art Museum and artist Stine Marie Jacobsen have published a textbook on the Law Shifters project. Law Shifters is an art project for children and young people by artist Stine Marie Jacobsen. In 2019, the project was exhibited at Nuuk Art Museum. Law Shifters

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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 two

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