15th February coming up!
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!
”De-arctification” in Nordic art.
An arctic, artistic dialogue about De-arctification as part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Artists Association of Lapland.A project under the title De-arctification in Nordic Art will be taking place in Galleria Lainaamo in Rovaniemi, Finland from the 11th to the 13th
Arctic Cooperation Programme in the hands of Greenland
DKK 10 million. This is how much the Nordic Advisory Committee for the Arctic (NRKA) has to allocate annually to projects that work for Arctic sustainability. The open pool is determined annually and the final amount is set in December. At the Nordic Council’s 73rd
Apply for funding for your Nordic project
There are many opportunities for funding cultural projects in the Nordic region. NAPA’s Culture Support Programme is one of them, but there are many others. Several can be applied for at Nordic Culture Point, a Nordic cultural institution in Helsinki, Finland. Nordic Culture Point administers
Journalist takes charge of NAPAs communications
After three years in KNR’s news department, Malik Brøns is starting out as NAPA’s new communications manager. He started at the beginning of August and is looking forward to writing exciting news about the vibrant arts and culture world in Greenland. A familiar and well-liked