Ministry of Culture (Norway)

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The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Culture (Norwegian: Kulturdepartementet) is responsible for cultural policy, regulations and other matters related to the media and sports. The ministry was established in 1982, at which time it was called the Ministry of Cultural and Scientific Affairs. Until then, the Ministry of Church and Education had had the overriding responsibility for cultural affairs in Norway. It is led by Abid Raja (Liberal). The ministry reports to the Storting.======.=......====== To the gentlemen, members of the theater in Norway, or gentlemen working in the field of theater in promotion, or gentlemen interested in literature and culture in promotion, I first hope that the three titles do not exist or are incorrect ...

The facade of the Ministry of Culture and parts of the Supreme Court in Oslo

Beginning Who is the author of the speech with an unclear title Allow me to provide a description before I conclude with a higher mention while allowing you to take what is necessary to express your interaction. If I write a hundred sentences, the spelling mistakes and grammar will reach 200 mistakes in the best case scenario, so I hope not to be surprised if the communication relationship between us develops to the stage of a phone call. 2 / In a very bad circumstance I got to know me. Plays and a great playwright about all the unnatural evenings to nights of greatness and pleasure, he is Mr. Henry Ibsen and I think that the writer of Leonarda's play is more creative than Henry Epson (please convey my greetings to the great writers' families) We see that he has different endings from other writers, An amazing man and likewise Leonarda's playwright, I think his name is Pep Beep What uh I don’t remember correct I don’t know how to pronounce the name 3 / You now know two important matters in the message, my fondest fans of the Norwegian theater Secondly, my very poor knowledge of the language and the use of Internet translation. 4 / I would like to make a comment, which is that I have completed three years, maybe more, in various studies, but related to cinema and film production, and that I have some very short works registered in the intellectual property office. The second observation: My main academic specialization is law and public administration, as well as a shorter period of study in automobile mechanics, but it occurred to my mind that I would take a practical test that would be to read a theatrical and cinematic work for a period of five minutes. A student in the master's degree, provided that I will be given the opportunity to teach in the same university after six months have passed if my language improves. This bizarre and possibly arrogant proposal is supported by a collection of short stories registered in the intellectual property office. The collection of stories bears the name of a makeup box. Show or send you the tenth and twelfth part to evaluate the work of faculty members in the Faculties of Drama and Arts or those interested in the matter. Before the end of the conversation and talking about my deep thanks for reading this amazing speech, requests, I must point out that all the works are dedicated to the soul of the most precious woman, and she is the mother of my mother, Mrs. Al-Shul Ali Adam. The country of Sudan . But if the business deserves to be insulted and offended, then I should not be a coward and tell you my name until it arrives or the appropriate part reaches the one who wrote on his behalf about the makeup boxes and I believe that he is practicing something of value. I am Mohamed Ibrahim 01/12/2021 Tuesday 5/29 PM


Political staffEdit


The ministry is divided into six departments and an information unit.[2]

  • Department of the Arts
  • Department of Media Policy
  • Department of Sport Policy
  • Cultural Heritage Department
  • Department of Civil Society and the Voluntary Sector
  • Department of Administrative Affairs
  • The Information Unit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Other political staff Retrieved 4 November 2013 (in Norwegian)
  2. ^ Departments Retrieved 4 October 2013

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