On this page you can find all the projects funded by the Nordic Culture Fund from the past few years, as well as a collection of interesting inspirational projects from different cultural fields.
The first documentary presents the artistic work of the Finnish dancer and choreographer Taneli Törmä, based in Denmark. In his work, he wants to renew old structures and practices in making art. The Nordic Culture Funds has supported his project Open Your Heart which researches and revives the curiosity of movement and the natural joy of dancing.
Inuk Silis Høegh
Inuk Silis Høeg is a Greenlandic film director and artist. Back in August 2020, 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.
Handmade in focus
Mastering one's craft is an important aspect within all art and culture fields. Nordic Culture Fund explored the theme with a special support program in 2016 - 2018.
Between 2016 - 2018 the Fund supported Handmade-projects with 7.700.000 DKK. The fund established new networks and inspired new collaborations by partnering with Nordic art support organizations, Arctic Arts Summit 2019 and The Nordic Museum in Seattle.
Handmade supported especially: