With a Greenlandic father and a Danish mother and growing up in Copenhagen, Lars has always been interested in cultural meetings and ethnicity. That was the main reason why he got a Master’s degree in Greenlandic and Arctic studies from the University of Copenhagen. In his master thesis, Lars focused on stereotypes and prejudices against Greenlanders in Denmark. After his studies Lars worked at the Ethnographic Collection at the Danish National Museum and at the Natural History Museum.
For the last two years, he has been working at the Greenlandic House with exhibition, cultural events and concerts.
Updated February 2021