- Who We Are
- What’s ON
- The Waterfront
- Support Us
In September 2019, an open call for applications was launched across the country and across artistic disciplines. Over 80 Canadian organizations and artists applied to be part of
We are heartened by the fact that, despite numerous new challenges introduced by the global pandemic, which continues to have a significant impact on our industry, partners and collaborators from the Nordics are as committed as ever to participating in meaningful cultural exchange, now set for 2022.
We are excited to announce the list of Canadian organizations who have been successful in securing enhancement funding to participate in
In addition to aligning with the initiative’s four key programming pillars, the successful proposals also demonstrated a strong commitment to engaging Nordic artists and artistic collaborators from across the Nordic region, representative of a wide variety of artistic disciplines and practices.
Many of these organizations also aim to reach beyond their local audiences, supporting this initiative in engaging many Canadians and Nordics alike in an open dialogue that is sure to provide inspiration, provoke thought and promote international cooperation toward the achievement of common goals and objectives.
As we continue to secure resources for the festival, we hope to add to this list throughout 2021.
Alianait Arts Festival
Art Gallery of Ontario
St. John’s, Newfoundland*
Canada’s National Arts Centre
Vancouver, British Columbia
Inside Out Theatre
Nuit Blanche Toronto
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
TOHU/Montréal Complètement Cirque Festival
Toronto International Festival of Authors
Toronto International Film Festival
* Programming by these Partners aims to tour to other cities.
Learn more about how the