Kulturprogram 2021

14 Jan to 09 Jun

Dance for Åland 100

The anniversary will be celebrated with dance! We have the pleasure to present a completely newly written song and a dance, which we hope that as many as possible want to learn... Read more »
The picture shows one of the dancers during recording of the film. Photo: Tinca Björke
18 Mar to 18 May
nipal.ax

Solar Plexus

A journey into the human interior in the form of a digital exhibition by Ursula Sepponen. The exhibition Solar Plexus tells us something about what has been and the sorrow that... Read more »
Solar Plexus - a digital exhibition with Ursula Sepponen
24 Mar to 30 Apr

Open Stage

The Nordic Institute on Åland (NIPÅ) wants to give a gift to Åland 100 during the anniversary year 2021-2022. And we do that best by giving more space to culture! That is why we... Read more »
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23 Apr
nipalive.ax

Greenlandic rock with strings

Small Time Giants is considered to be one of Greenland's very best live bands. The band strives to create music with emotion by building on personal and historical tragedies from... Read more »
Picture of the group Small Time Giants, which broadcasts a concert on nipalive.ax by the Nordic Institute on Åland in April.
02 May
nipalive.ax

Art forms in interaction

Can dance be an empathic response to a work of art? What does the interface between visual and performative art look like? Through moving pARTs you get to experience a dancing... Read more »
Movingparts. Art forms in interaction at NIPÅ.
03 Sep
Bio Savoy
Pris: 10€

A small box of joy

Concert with Caroline Furbacken With a desire to encourage and contribute with joy and togetherness, in a time of insecurity and social distancing, singer and songwriter Caroline... Read more »
Picture of Caroline Furbacken before her digital livestream on nipalive.ax
24 Sep
Alandicas auditorium
Pris: 10€

Concert with RKDIA at Alandica

Dream pop and power The Nordic Institute on Åland is very pleased to be able to present RKDIA - they promise us emotional, dreamlike as well as heavy beats.
Picture of RKDIA, which the Nordic Institute on Åland arranges in Alandica's auditorium

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