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Woven Network Nordics: ‘Kluven’ has opened


Don't forget that the Kluven exhibition is still open for you to experience! Many thanks to our artists Dina Abu Hamdan, Brynhild Bye-Tiller, Kasia Pi and Emma Hirsk from the project Woven Network Nordics for the incredible opening 24/9. Location: Studio44 Tjärhovsgatan 44 -Stockholm (until October 10) Opening hours: Thursday and Friday: 12-18 Saturday and [...]

Woven Network Nordics: ‘Kluven’ has opened2021-09-30T08:11:52+00:00

STOFF 2021


Between 14 and 18 September, the annual Stockholm Fringe Festival (STOFF) was held, with a significant part of the programme broadcast live via Zoom, including a number of conversations with invited creators about digital technology and performing arts. The discussions touch on the panelists' experiences of both using digital technology as part of the performance [...]

STOFF 20212021-10-25T11:34:39+00:00

Scoping Study by Creative Scotland


Creative Scotland has undertaken a scoping study in an attempt to assess the current levels of expertise and widespread use of digital tools. There is acknowledgment that those who were ahead of the game have had an advantage in terms of adaptation to the global pandemic.  More on Creative Scotland's study and other research can [...]

Scoping Study by Creative Scotland2021-10-25T11:33:28+00:00

Woven Network Nordics – ‘Kluven’ opening 24 September


Welcome to the exhibition 'Kluven' by Brynhild Bye-Tiller (NO), Dina Abu Hamdan (DK/JO), Emma Hirsk (SE/IE), and Katarzyna Piórek (SE/PL) who are participating in the Woven Network Nordics project. Woven Network Nordics creates a safe space for support, solidarity and collaborations for female artists across Europe. The project and exhibition are arranged by Intercult with [...]

Woven Network Nordics – ‘Kluven’ opening 24 September2021-09-21T07:57:08+00:00

Forskarfredag – “The future of European cities – Challenges and solutions”


Photo: Chris Gallagherns/Unplash Welcome to Intercult's digital science café on the topic "The future of European cities - Challenges and solutions" on 24 September 2021, a conversation on how we can deal with the possible effects of climate change on European cities. Intercult works with climate issues within the framework of the Horizon 2020 project [...]

Forskarfredag – “The future of European cities – Challenges and solutions”2021-10-22T07:10:02+00:00
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