Month: January 2022

Pride Art on Arctic Pride

In collaboration with Arctic Pride and Nord Norsk kunstmuseum, Pride Art (Tove-Mari Odderdal and Trine Midtlie Elmholt) was responsible for the artistic element during the celebration. We worked in the workshop hall at the art museum in Tromsø, and invited young and old to participate in a collaborative project / workshop to create a large painting. The work got…

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3-year contract with DOGA

Pride Art signs 3-year contract with DOGA! The Pride Arts annual meeting has decided that "Wunderkammer" will be Pride Arts' annual festival in the autumn. We need access to our own culture in arenas where we feel safe and at home all year round, not just during the Pride festivals. We need places we can meet other like-minded people, where we are sheltered…

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Pride Arts child is born!

The Skeivt Arts and Culture Center Foundation is registered! On October 22, 2021, the initiators of one of the world's first queer arts and culture centers signed the founding document. On 4 January 2022, at the beginning of the official queer cultural year, the foundation was registered in the Brønnøysund Register. The municipality has promised us locals, but keeps the money bag closed for the time being. But Point of no return is now behind…

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Research on Pride Art

In 2019 and 2021, two different research projects were carried out on Pride Art. The master's degree students in art history Mathias Skaset with specialization in museology (https://www.duo.uio.no/handle/10852/79266?show=full) and Elisabeth Jørgensen with specialization in curation examined Pride Arts' work and model for curation and diversity strategy. In 2022, Jan Trinh examines Pride Art and MELKS project Center for queer art and culture…

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Pilot at the National Museum

As part of the establishment of a queer art and culture center in Oslo, the project group with Martine Johansen and Ferderick Nathanael will create a pilot in collaboration with the National Museum. Together, we will build and test a diversity council, which will be an important part of the center. The council will stimulate internal norm criticism in the institution, work…

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Pride Art advisor for the National Museum!

 Photo: Nasjonalmuseet / Frode Larsen Pride Art leader, Frederick Nathanael, organizational secretary Katja Fjell and literature manager Martine Johansen are employed at the National Museum in 2022 to guide and ensure an inside perspective when the museum talks about queer art in the queer culture year. We will form a skills development initiative for employees at the museum, and we will help them…

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Wunderkammer 2022 !!!

Yes, the festival everyone talked about in 2021 is happening again! Look forward to a queer art festival at DOGA from 7 to 16 October 2022. Said about Wunderkammer 2021: "There are some places you just feel at home" "It is easier to orientate yourself in your own body and sexuality, and in the world, due to the work you do…

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The Cultural Council supports Pride Art in Skeivt Kulturår

The Cultural Council supports Pride Arts' work in Skeivt Kulturår 2022! NOK 400 was granted from the Norwegian Cultural Fund Interdisciplinary cultural activities for us to ensure diversity in the cultural year. The Cultural Council shows that it is important that we are present to balance out the focus on professional artists and outside audiences as one of the world's longest continuous and…

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