Events

Helsinki, Finland
25.05.2016 | 10.30
Seminarium
Helsingfors, Finland
28.05.2016 | 11.00
Annat

Grant programmes

NORDBUK Grant Programme
The Nordic Committee for Children and Young People (NORDBUK) is the Nordic Council of Ministers’ advisory and co-...
Mobility Funding
Mobility Funding is part of the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture. The overall objective of the programme is...
Support for Artist Residencies
Funding for Artist Recidencies is part of the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture. The overall objective of...
Network Funding
Network funding is part of the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture. The overall objective of the programme is...
Capacity Development
Funding for Capacity Development is part of the Culture and Art Programme and is available for all fields of culture...
Production Based Activities
Support for Production-based Activities is part of the Culture and Art Programme and is available for all fields of...

Nordic Library

Normal hours of opening

Mon, Tues, Thurs 10–17:00
Weds 10–19:00
Fri 10–16:00

Exceptions

On days before holidays, the library shuts at 16:00
Opening hours in June and August:

Mon–Fri 10–16:00
Closed 29.6–28.7

 

Contact:

Address:
Kajsaniemigatan 9, Helsinki
Postal address:
Postbox 231, 00171 Helsinki
Tel. 010 583 1000 (8,35 cent/call + 6/17,17 cent/min (landline/mobile))
E-mail: bibba@kulturkontaktnord.org

 

Search for material

The Nordic library, which is part of the cultural centre on Kaisaniemenkatu, houses an extensive collection of Nordic literature. The selection covers fiction by Nordic authors in all Nordic languages as well as a wide selection of of non-fiction publications. You will also find films, tv-series and music from the Nordic Region in our collection.

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Publications

Nordic Culture Point produces vocabularies and publications dedicated to the Nordic countries and their languages in Scandinavian and in Finnish.

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CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE

Children and young people are a priority in all of Nordic Culture Point’s activities. We want to offer children and young people the chance to participate in Nordic culture via the NORDBUK Grant Programme, the project Borrow a Nordic Neighbour, BitFörBit mot Norden and group visits.

The children´s corner

The Nordic library’s children’s corner is a fun place for all children. You can read a good book in a pile of pillows, draw a picture or listen to a story.

Find out more

Events for children and youth

Grant programmes for children and youth

NORDBUK Grant Programme

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