A Queer Art Festival in Oslo
Weird art festival. Free entry at DOGA all days.
Also in Jacob Kulturkirke 9, 10 and 14 October
OPENING COURSE/OPENING SHOW
Friday 7 October 18:00 – 23:00
– Lecturer: Baron von Bulldog
- Official opening by State Secretary for the Ministry of Culture Gry Haugsbakken
– Stage show, performance and DJ
- Welcome drink and bar
- Free entrance
MAIN POINTS OF THE PROGRAM
CHILDREN'S CULTURE DAY
All children, gender creative, creative and curious are welcome! Creative art workshop in the crypt.
Sunday 9 October 11:00-20:00
@ Jacob cultural church, the crypt
PIPPI AND THE CLOWN
Performance at 13:00 p.m., 15:00 p.m. and 17:00 p.m
@ Jakob cultural church
WEIRD LITERATURE EVENING
Sunday 9 October 16:00-22:00
SKEIV ARTSPACE FOR YOUTH
A range of exciting workshops, entertainment, pizza for everyone.
Monday 10 October 12:00-20:00
@ Jakob cultural church, the crypt and outside
QUEER ART GALA
A wonderful cultural program in Jacob Kulturkirke on Friday 14 October. Lecturer: Adam Schjølberg. Stage show, catering and art auction. To collect money for the start-up of the Skeivt art and culture centre.
We offer daily tours of the gallery.
Contact for a guided tour: firstname.lastname@example.org
GENERAL OPENING HOURS
Fredag 7.10 18:00-23:00
Lørdag 8.10 11:00-23:00
Søndag 9.10 11:00-20:00
Mandag 10.10 11:00-20:00
Tirsdag 11.10 11:00-20:00
Wednesday 12.10 11:00-20.00:XNUMX
Torsdag 13.10 11:00-20:00
Fredag 14.10 11:00-23:00
Lørdag 15.10 11:00-23:00
Søndag 16.10 11:00-14:00
Norway's first queer art festival breaks loose with a fantastic opening show on Friday 7 October at 18.00! Experience queer art and culture in all shades!
We are filling DOGA's 1000 m2 spectacular premises in Hausmannsgate 16. Check out the spectacular premises here: https://doga.no/utleielokaler/
The festival presents the most diverse and colorful art exhibition in Norwegian history with 600 works of art in all genres by 130 artists from all over Norway with backgrounds from 25 different countries. There will be a separate mini-festival for queer literature and spoken word and a separate day for workshops and activities for children and young people.