The application deadline is 15th February 2022 and is fast approaching. NAPA and Ilisimatusarfk invite you to
An information event: Tuesday 18th January at 10 am Greenlandic time / 2 pm Scandinavian time
It is a golden opportunity to ask questions about the program, about how to apply, about how the applications are evaluated and the process further. No question is too small, this event is for you!
This is the first time that the Nordic Arctic co-operation programme is managed in Greenland, and we will do everything we can to communicate about the program in the best possible way. Clement Scavenius Sonne-Schmidt is research coordinator at Ilisimatusarfik and will introduce the program and present the evaluation group. Pauliina Oinonen is an advisor at NAPA and will guide you through the application module and provide answers to some of the questions we have already received via email. Ask questions in the chat at zoom and we promise to answer either live or in the comments field afterwards.
Developments in the Arctic are in everyone’s interest and the Nordic Council of Ministers would like to contribute to sustainable projects in a Nordic perspective. You can read more about the program here:
Everyone is welcome!
The new band, Nuija, is currently recording their debut album with the support of NAPA. Band member Magnus Biilmann Trolle talks about the band and gives tips for new musicians. – NAPA as a cultural fund is clearly the best option in Greenland in relation
Open call for Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO) to next year’s fashion week. Indigenous designers, artists and makers are invited to apply to IFWTO 2022 and you can also apply Naalakkersuisoq for Culture for participation IFWTO is a biennial multi-platform fashion, craft and textiles festival
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
NAPA has just launched a new website and new application module for their Cultural Support Program. Shortly afterwards, the first application for support landed: A project concerning a creative workshop for children and young people in Ilulissat and Maniitsoq. With the new application system, it