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Connecting North Atlantic Islands through Dance Art
Yelena Arakelow writes to NATA that: “Connecting North Atlantic Islands through Dance Art” is a project to connect professional artists within the field of dance in the North Atlantic Islands. The aim is to create a network for sharing resources and supporting innovative initiatives. The project is created by and for freelance dance artists working […]
Apply grant from NATA: deadline 25th of September 2023
NATA now invites applications within the North Atlantic Countries. NATA (North Atlantic Tourism Association) supports projects with collaborating partners from at least two of the three member countries: FAROE ISLANDS, ICELAND AND GREENLAND. NATA’s vision is to: In 2023, NATA is particularly interested in projects that focus on regenerating tourism after Covid-19, sustainability, and digitization […]
Faroese football fitness team visits Iceland
Heilsufótbólturin á Argjum (football fitness team from Faroe Islands) was in Iceland 17-22 may 2023. The ladies say that they had a fantastic trip – see their travel report below: There were 22 women travelling together, our age range being from 46 to 69. The purpose of the trip was to strengten the team spirit […]
Approved grants spring 2023
The following applications were approved a grant from NATA at the latest application round in March 2023 Tourism Development and Marketing DKK   Project name Grant Countries New forms of slow tourism through informed walking. Arctic Culture Lab. Grønland 100.000 GL-IS Development in sustainability efforts in tourism. Visit North Iceland. Island. 45.000 IS-FO Mikrospinderi på […]
From small settlement in Greenland to the big city, Reykjavík
In May 2022, two students and a teacher from 8th grade in the Itilleq school in Greenland went on a study trip to Iceland. Itilleq is a small settlement in Qeqqata municipality in West Greenland, with 90 inhabitans. The settlement is located on an island about 45 km south of Sisimiut. There is no road […]
The deadline for applications is 27th of February 2023 NATA now invites applications within the two categories: To apply please fill in and submit one of the two online application formulas which are available in English and Danish: The application deadline is on the 27th of February 2023 at 24:00 (GMT+1) and applicants will receive […]
Glaðari þú – sea swimming group from Iceland
Glaðari þú – trip from Iceland to the Faroe Islands on the 6th-9th of May 2022 We had an amazing time visiting the Faroe Islands in May. We were 30 Icelandic women and one Faroese woman who travelled from Iceland to the Faroe Islands to explore this beautiful country and to learn how the Faroese […]
Rock climbing in the Faroe Islands
Íris and Árni, who live in Iceland and are the owners of Tindaborg, applied for a grant from NATA because they were curious to learn more about tourism and rock climbing in the Faroe Islands and Greenland, they also wanted see if they could create a connection between people in the industry in these very […]
Faroese table tennis players in Reykjavík
In May 2022, seven young Faroese table tennis players participated in a joint Faroese-Icelandic training camp in Iceland. This is an annual training camp with changing hosts – every other year in Tórshavn, and every other year in Reykjavík. Faroese and Icelandic players train together A lot is achieved in such a training camp, that […]
Approved grants autumn 2022
The following applications were approved a grant from NATA at the latest application round in September 2022 Tourism Development and Marketing DKK Project name, company and application country Grant Participating countries Development & Launch for off-season cruise products in the Arctic North 100.000 FO-IS Tourism Development and Marketing Travel Support DKK Project name and application […]
A letter from Kór Möðruvallaklausturkirkju
We are always excited to hear from the people that get grants from NATA. Kór Möðruvallaklausturskirkju got a travel grant from NATA and this is what they told us about their trip to the Faroe Islands: In August 2022 Kór Möðruvallaklausturskirkju performed Icelandic and Faroese music in Tórshavn and Klaksvík, both contemporary and old hymns […]
Vestnorden is sold out
The interest for Vestnorden is exceptionally high this year, and in the end of June the Vestnorden team already announced that Vestnorden in Nuuk is sold out for both buyers and exhibitors, and that the participants are coming from a total of 34 countries! On the Vestnorden webpage Anne Niviká Grødem that is the CEO […]