INUNA Podcast and actors from Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium in Holstebro have traveled to Greenland to be part of the Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival.
Actors from Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium in Holstebro have traveled to Greenland to do workshops with school children and to be part of the Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival.
Together with the three Greenlandic actors Kuka Fleischer, Kristian Mølgaard and Arnaq Petersen, the actors from NTL will do activities with children at different schools under the theme Unity in Diversity. It culminates in a big performance together with the school children at Greenland's National Theater on Sunday 28 May at 2 p.m.
The tour is part of our artistic collaboration, Corvus Corax 20XX, with the Greenlandic National Theatre, the purpose of which is to strengthen the cultural connection between Denmark and Greenland. The project is supported by the Færch Foundation, A.P. Møller Foundation, Augustinus Foundation and Holstebro Municipality.
INUNA Podcast in Nuuk
Inuna Podcast will also be present at the Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival to research and meet new potential partnerships. If you are interested in hearing more or having a chat with project manager Arnannguaq Gerstrøm in Greenland, she can be found in Nuuk from 27 May – 3 June.
About Nuuk Nordisk
Since 2015, the Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival has helped set the standard for how far art and culture can go within Nordic cooperation. Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival is a week-long celebration of art and culture in all its guises – far from the heart of the Nordic region, but close to the heart of Nordic cooperation.
Nuuk Nordisk offers during the culture festival every two years a wide range of program items with new multimodal productions that involve the audience in co-creation and participation and that break down the boundaries between entertainment and art, performers and spectators as well as audience and venue.
The festival takes place 25-28. May 2023