The winner of the Nordea Foundation's "Good Life - Viborg Children's Culture Prize 2016" has been found!

The winner was announced on Thursday 10 November at 15.30 at Café Brændpunktet in Viborg, and Nordea's local children's culture prize of DKK 10,000 went to Coding Pirates from Viborg.

This is the fifth time Nordea and Kulturprinsen have awarded the Children's Culture Prize. The tradition is that the award ceremony takes the form of a cultural celebration with content. The afternoon included a talk by actor Jesper Asholt on "Culture at children's level", while students from the School of Culture provided the musical and centre manager Ulla Voss Gjesing from Kulturprinsen talked about the importance of local children's culture and Kulturprinsens's latest issue of the magazine "Curly Brains" - which you can read here.

Congratulations once again to the Coding Pirates!
Read the winning articles here: 'Award for young IT geeks and their fathers' and 'Cultural pirates ran away with the children's culture prize'

Here you can see who the three nominees were:
1. Viborg Trial Klub v. Ole Kristensen
2. Coding Pirates, Viborg v. fmd. Bjarke Annesen
3. Diana Dalmose, Marc Bray, Jesper T.L. Nielsen & Lene Mortensen (Luni Smil)

Articles from Viborg Stift Folkeblad: 'Who should be crowned Children's Cultural Hero of the Year?' and 'Three compete for children's culture prize - here are the candidates'


You can find an overview of last year's many winners here