Greenlandic dialects

Greenlandic dialects

There are roughly four different dialects in Greenland – the Western Greenlandic (the main dialect), Southern Greenlandic, Northern Greenlandic and the Eastern Greenlandic. Even though there are only about 56,562 people living in Greenland, because of the vast...
The winners are found!

The winners are found!

This winter we held a competition to find 3 Greenlandic artists to decorate our new public shares – and now we have found the winners! We received a lot of great contributions and were very overwhelmed by the interest. A huge thank you to everyone who submitted...
A walk in history

A walk in history

Imagine walking through a city and little by little finding out more about the stories hidden just below the surface of everyday life – or maybe even understanding better what’s right in front of you.  This is what you get if you listen to the...
A debate on language and identity

A debate on language and identity

Language is something we all learn. It helps to create our identity and gives us a sense of belonging. But language is also something that can bring minds to a boil and give rise to emotionally charged debates – especially in Greenland. But why is that? What...
Visiting SIIKU

Visiting SIIKU

SIIKU is an organic, collaborative art project on a mission to create solidarity in a world dominated by climate crisis and growing inequality. Watch below and join us as we visit SIIKU. “Solidarity, climate crisis, empowerment, and inequality – these are...
A world of glass

A world of glass

Greenlandic artist, Buuti Pedersen, talks about glass art and her fascination with nature. About life, art, and nature “You think to yourself – does it look like that? But to me it looks like this! ” The artist Buuti Pedersen (b. 1955 in Qaqortoq) has been...