Back in August, we had a unique opportunity to follow the Greenlandic artist and filmmaker Inuk Silis Høegh in his hometown Nuuk. In the newest part of our documentary series Inuk tells about his latest project THE GREEN LAND and his personal journey – about growing up in a family of artists and returning home and establishing himself as an artist in Greenland after years spent abroad.
The Ministers for Nordic Co-operation and the Nordic Council have agreed to a supplementary grant for the Nordic Culture Fund, a decision prompted in part by political opposition to budget savings and by a statement signed by over 100,000 artists.
The Board of the Nordic Culture Fund has just decided to extend the Puls programme by one more year. By extending the programme we are able to meet the need for a more long-term support and increased dialogue in the live music sector due to the corona crisis.
The fund has awarded Project Funding for 47 projects with a total amount of DKK 7,685,000! The Fund received 154 valid applications in the year’s third application round with the deadline 1st of October
DKK 31 MILLION
The Nordic Culture Fund awards grants worth approximately DKK 31 million every year.
The Fund receives 1,300 applications every year.
Every year approximately 180 receive funding for projects, 105 receive funding for OPSTART, and 57 receive funding for Puls.