Woven Network Nordics: ‘Kluven’ – exhibition by Dina Abu Hamdan, Brynhild Bye-Tiller, Emma Hirsk, Katarzyna Piórek

'Kluven' 24 September–10 October Exhibition by Dina Abu Hamdan, Brynhild Bye-Tiller, Emma Hirsk, Katarzyna Piórek Address: Studio 44, Tjärhovsgatan 44, 116 28 Stockholm Vernissage: Friday 24 September 17–22 Artist talk: Thursday 30 September 17.00 Opening hours: 25 September–10 October Thursday–Friday 12–18 Saturday–Sunday 12–17 Exhibition by four artists Brynhild Bye-Tiller (NO), Dina Abu Hamdan (DK/JO), Emma Hirsk (SE/IE), and Katarzyna Piórek (SE/PL) as a part of the project Woven Network Nordics. Managed by Intercult and in collaboration with Studio44. Across a [...]

September 21st, 2021|

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 support from the Nordic Culture Fund. In collaboration with Studio 44. The four Nordic artists, who have worked together in Woven Network Nordics since March, [...]

September 21st, 2021|

Transnational I_Improve Project Meeting (TM5)

On 07 July 2021 River//Cities Foundation hosted from Gdansk - on digital platform our last transnational (TM5) event which is closing our I_Improve project's chapter.   The meeting in Gdansk was focused on impact, dissemination and use of the project results. All the partners talked about the highlights of our activities over the project, rounded up the results and checked to what extent our tasks have been completed.   Even though each of us have learnt and followed each other’s [...]

September 15th, 2021|

Arts as a force for social change" – Dr t s Beall

Dr t's Beall is the Lead Artist for 'Woven in Govan', and was the lead Scottish artist for 'Woven Network' (2020),spanning five countries and led by Platform TU (Ukraine). Beall is a socially-engaged artist and researcher based in Dumfries and Glasgow, working with communities on durational projects to recover marginalised histories. Her work spans a variety of media including performative events, printed matter, and creative interventions in the public realm. She is also one of ten commissioned artists on the [...]

September 10th, 2021|

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 "S.O.S. for waterfronts". Science Café is based on an interactivity and dialogue between you as a participant and a number of invited researchers, with a [...]

September 7th, 2021|

Lia Ghilardi’s reflections on our webinar "Arts as a Force for Social Change"

Lia Ghilardi summarizes the methodology Intercult focused on in our process of finding and implementing a changemaking methodology for work at our organization.  Here we would like to present the methodology to our partners and audience in Sweden, including the decision makers providing funding to culture in Sweden. The methodology is engaging artists creating participatory events in local communities on the burning subjects which are especially valid for people living in those communities.  At Intercult we re-directed the work of [...]

July 15th, 2021|

"Arts as a force for social change" – Liz Gardiner

On June 16th, Intercult invited four socially engaged and changemaking women artists and practitioners to present the frame of their community building methodology. Liz Gardiner is an artist, teacher doctoral candidate with the University of the West of Scotland, free-lance consultant specialising in cultural planning and executive director of Fablevision. Liz is interested in arts and activism and she said something controversial from the outset: "The arts are not a magic talisman. The arts do not produce social change automatically. [...]

June 27th, 2021|

Webinar – Arts as a force for social change

We are living in a time of crisis where arts and cultural organisations are marginalised and isolated but it is a fact that they become stronger when they are embedded and supported by their community. How can cultural organisations and individuals increase art in the community and be of help to the wider community? This event is a part of the summary activities of our Erasmus+ funded project "I_Improve" where for the last three years we are promoting audience engagement [...]

June 16th, 2021|

Summary of the panel discussion on the Cultural deal for Europe- the Nordic chapter

In this panel discussion we held together with Culture Action Europe on 30/4, Swedish cultural operators gathered for a conversation about what Cultural Deal for Europe Nordic cooperation brings with it for challenges and opportunities in Sweden. The Cultural Deal for Europe is a call by the European cultural society to recognise and include culture in the European project to shape the Europe of the future. Participant: Niels Righolt, CKI Denmark, Vice-President of Culture Action Europe Karin Lundmark, Administration for [...]

May 6th, 2021|
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