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Norway's first multicultural newspaper, Utrop, was published nationwide on Tuesday. The paper has an initial circulation of 5000, and its journalists come from all over the world.
China and Norway have extended an agreement on cultural cooperation. The new agreement was signed during a ceremony at the Norwegian Parliament, in connection with the visit to Norway by the Chairman of the Chinese People's Congress, Wu Bangguo.
Thanks to funding from Norwegian Council for Cultural Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kusum Gboo Dance Ensemble recently thrilled a group of elderly Norwegians and Somali refugees with diverse dance pieces during a performance at the Cultural House in Koppang, a small riverside town in Eastern Norway.
A Norwegian artist is looking for women to take plaster moulds of their nipples for his latest project. Jens Hauglin wants to feature 99 impressions of nipples for his work which he plans to call 'The First Meal'.
The nominees for the inaugural $46,000 (DKR350,000) Nordic Council’s Film Prize, which will be awarded at the council’s 50th anniversary on October 29, include ten new films from Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Iceland.
A virtual all-out journalists' strike in Norway is threatening to undermine the viability of theatrical film releases in the territory.