New report: Nordic experiences of diversity in arts and culture

As part of the network NFI (Nordic Forum for Interculture), TrAP presents a new report on the efforts to create a diverse and inclusive cultural life in the Nordic countries.

19.11.2018

NFI is a network of Nordic cultural organizations working towards increased diversity in arts and culture. In addition to TrAP, the participants are Interkultur - Drammen from Norway, Center for Kunst & Interkultur (CKI) from Denmark and Intercult from Sweden. This new report collects experiences from 1995 until today, and presents publications, politics and practical projects. This is an overview of existing efforts and initiatives as well as a documentation of the knowledge gathered on this topic through the years. We hope it can be an inspiration as well as a toolbox when developing new projects. The report was created as part of the project «Inkluderende kulturliv i Norden», run by the Arts Council Norway and project manager Silje Eikemo Sande.

Photo: Silje Eikemo Sande - Arts Council Norway, Kaja Jorem - Interkultur, Iwona Preis- Intercult, Niels Righoldt, CKI and Hilde Maisey - TrAP

Original title: «Plads i kulturen - betragtninger fra et mangfoldigt kunst- og kulturliv i Norden»

År:

2018

Kategori:

Organization

Sted:

The nordic countries

Nordisk Forum for Interkultur (NFI):
TrAP
CKI
Intercult
Interkultur - Municipality of Drammen
Supported by
Arts Council Norway
Foto
Kulturrådet