Who is Kulturprinsen?

Kulturprinsen is a development centre for child and youth culture, which creates projects, builds interdisciplinary partnerships, networks and communities in Denmark and abroad. We are a locally anchored, independent institution in Viborg Municipality with a global outlook.

Based on UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, Kulturprinsen works to ensure the right of all children to encounter art and culture in their everyday lives.

Kulturprinsen is a national voice for children's and youth culture, which through art and culture will strengthen courage, imagination, life skills, sustainable education, action and cultural identity in children and young people.

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Kulturprinsen's projects



EU-funded strategic partnership project for middle school children in Denmark, Sweden, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands.

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Art and culture in the everyday lives of young people. A nationwide project for 0-6 year olds.

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Children's cultural development project in the Central Jutland region.

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A regional development project on the potential of the arts in school education on sustainable development, citizenship and democracy.

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⭐️🥳 LegeKunst wins prizes! 🤩🏆Below you can see two happy recipients of the Jørn Møller Play Award at the Gerlev Play Conference 2022: Ida Wettendorff, who is the local LegeKunst coordinator - for 20 years as a children's culture consultant in the service of play, and Lars Geer Hammershøj, who is the research coordinator for LegeKunst's seven research projects. Ida highlighted LegeKunst as one of the most rewarding projects she has participated in. ❤️Project Manager for LegeKunst, Camilla Høg says: "We are incredibly proud to collaborate with such talented people, and that LegeKunst in this way creates rings in the water. Play, art and culture are immensely important for children's education and well-being, and we are working hard to anchor the good experiences and results from LegeKunst before the project ends in the summer of 2023.Over the past 3 years, LegeKunst has lifted the everyday lives of numerous educators, artists, cultural mediators and children, and now it's about spreading our knowledge beyond the project's framework. Remember that you can read about the project's research results in the recently published LegeKunst book! We celebrate Legekunst, Ida and Lars in the office today - congratulations on the award! 🙌✨ ... See moreSee less
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In a dark basement, light and playful experiments have appeared. 💫💥💡The children's track Faster-Astrup in Ringkøbing- Skjern municipality is visited by performance artist, Camilla Graff Junior, and architect, Rasmus R B Maabjerg, who play with light, stories, places and objects that are meaningful to the children. Together with the teachers and children, they have explored a basement at the school, where they have found old overhead projectors and recycled materials that are now being given new life. The children went exploring outdoors to find interesting things from their favourite places. Sand, leaves, branches and even an earthworm made their way onto the overhead projectors, where everything is suddenly seen and used in new ways 🪱🍂☀FUTURAMA is supported by Region Midtjylland and is a collaboration between Kulturprinsen - Development Centre for Children and Youth Culture, the BUM Network, Rumgehør, Teatret Svalegangen, Holstebro Municipality, Horsens Municipality, Syddjurs Municipality, Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality and Viborg Municipality ... See moreSee less
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