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Memory of Water Webinar – 16 December (Part 2)

Invitation to webinars on Wednesday 16 December What's the future of waterfront heritage zones in the post industrial cities of Europe? Part 1: 12.13:30 CET Part 2: 14-15:30 CET Part 2 : 14-15.30 CET  Impact of Memory of Water - from the artists' perspective, from the partners' perspective In these two webinars we invite you to a conversation with internationally renowned authorities in the field of cultural planning, regeneration and community art, as well as to a reflection from participating [...]

December 11th, 2020|

Memory of Water Webinar – 16 December (Part 1)

Invitation to webinars on Wednesday 16 December What's the future of waterfront heritage zones in the post industrial cities of Europe? Part 1: 12.13:30 CET Part 2: 14-15:30 CET Part 1 : 12-13.30 CET  Impact of culture and European projects- from cultural planners and expert's perspective  In these two webinars we invite you to a conversation with internationally renowned authorities in the field of cultural planning, regeneration and community art, as well as to a reflection from participating artists [...]

December 11th, 2020|

CEO Iwona Preis’ reflection on Memory of Water and Connecting Georgia

The Golden Balance- Between Artistic Expression and Cultural Heritage Preservation Yesterday Intercult in collaboration with Batumi House Argani in Georgia broadcasted an international webinar on the subject of art encounters in public space and heritage preservation. Ana Riaboshenko, Art Curator – Contemporary Art Space Batumi, remembered Intercult visiting Adjara region in Georgia with Seas and Corners, and now again with Memory of Water again connecting Georgia to European collaboration. An opportunity to observe how things changes through the time with [...]

December 10th, 2020|

Batumi Webinar: The Golden Balance – Between Artistic Expression and Cultural Heritage Preservation

After more than a year of artistic collaboration with Georgia and the city of Batumi, Intercult invites you to a conversation with artists and city planners in Batumi, Gdansk and Stockholm. During the past months all three cities have been investigating the preservation and revitalisation of cultural heritage. Taking into consideration the current situation in Batumi, there are two main questions to be discussed: - Is the cultural heritage untouchable and can artists interfere and to what extent? - Are [...]

December 7th, 2020|

Time strollers – Stockholm, Water city in transformation – a conversation between artists and urban planners

Memory of Water is an artist-led project exploring post-industrial cultural heritage on waterfronts in the context of urban planning and community development. Over two years, participating partners from six countries (Intercult in Sweden, Stad Ostend in Belgium, the Municipality of Levadia in Greece, BSCC in Poland, Fablevision in Scotland, and Ormston House in Ireland) have collaborated on twenty-three interconnected activities including four city labs, six international residencies, and a filmed documentary. .Artists worked with citizens, community groups, politicians, urban [...]

November 30th, 2020|

Webinar: Researcher´s Night 27 November

SOS waterfronts - impact of climate on the waterfronts of Europe  Welcome to an online webinar Friday 27/11 14.00-15.00! Moderator for the event will be Iwona Preis, CEO of Intercult This webinar gives insight into the exciting ongoing research on the S.O.S. – Sustainable Open Solutions for European urban waterfronts. Undeniably, climate changes affect regions all over the world. Sea level rise, high tides, storms and floods enhance the vulnerability of urban waterfront territories and deeply affect the quality of [...]

November 11th, 2020|

Showing of Batumi artists Irakli Dzneladze and Zaira Nadirasvhili

Connecting Georgia: Showing of Batumi artists 1/3 Zaira Nadirasvhili - FATHER & Irakli Dzneladze - MEMORY Live Streaming on Facebook - November 1st 13:00 & 14:00 (Sthlm time) The event is part of the international project Connecting Georgia, which aims to explore post-industrial waterfront heritage in the context of urban planning and community development through the eyes of artists. Within the framework of the project, a performance / installation of two artists from Batumi - Zaira Nadirashvili and Irakli Dzneladze [...]

October 30th, 2020|

Online event: Woven Session #4

Woven session #4 - Outside observer with artists Olia Fedorova and Iwona Zając Friday 30 October - 3 pm - Live on Intercult's Facebook page! Does activism have to always be direct and obvious? Often artists face the urge to respond to the problem and at the same time remain distanced. The more painful is the problem, the more emotional resources needed to stay outside. Current abortion law in Poland has actualized the need to reflect on methods and languages [...]

October 28th, 2020|

Event: TIDSFLANÖRERNA (Time Strollers)

Event on October 25th / 1pm-4pm TIDSFLANÖRERNA (Time Strollers) During the last month, five Stockholm based artists were researching the post industrial cultural heritage on waterfronts between Norra Hammarby, Tegelvikshamnen and Stadsgården which are undergoing a transformation process. By doing silent walks, raising questions and travelling back in history, they explored these areas from an artistic point of view developing individual creative projects. The results will be presented on multiple nearby sites of the Fåfängan area and include walking acts, [...]

October 21st, 2020|
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