Thank you for your interest in Arctic Arts Summit 2019 Rovaniemi!
We welcome partners from various publications. Applicants for media accreditation are asked to follow these guidelines:
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Please direct all accreditation and/or interview requests to Katja Rakkolainen, as soon as possible. The Arctic Arts Summit 2019 Rovaniemi reserves the right to limit accreditation to applicants.
Ekaterina (Katja) Rakkolainen, Arts Promotion Centre Finland
Tel. +358 295 330 853
Arctic Arts Summit Biennale
The event continues the series of Arctic Arts Summits started in 2017 in Harstad, Norway as part of the Norwegian presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The main objective of the Arctic Arts Summit is to strengthen the arts and culture in the north and underline the role of circumpolar cooperation. Furthermore, the summit aims to stimulate the building of sustainable and continuous collaboration within arts and creative industries in the Arctic and to broaden the international development of the high north. The Arctic Arts Summit is designed as a biennale, travelling through the Arctic countries facilitating new perspectives and establishing ownership for the important role of arts and culture in developing the Arctic, considering also a cross-sectoral perspective. The Arctic Arts Summit is part of the Icelandic Presidency in the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2019.