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Join QueerCoronART!

Join Pride Art's very first interactive art project QueerCoronART! Pride Art invites you to share your experience of the corona era on a postcard. The cards will be exhibited at WUNDERKAMMER in October, Pride Arts' queer art and culture festival at DOGA and be part of the art collection of the new queer art and culture center we are establishing. Visibility is a constant…

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Hurray!

Wunderkammer is fully funded! The Cultural Council supports with NOK 350 and gives its recognition to queer art and culture on queer premises through Pride Arts exhibition this autumn. This is large, and we see it as a seal of quality for our business and a recognition from the majority society.

Matchmaking for diversity

Pride Art was invited to participate in the Cultural Council's seminar Matchmaking for diversity on 11 May as a competence actor who has competence sharing and diversity as a central part of what they do and has valuable experiences, tools and competence that can create more diversity in Norwegian cultural life. https://www.kulturradet.no/inkludering/vis/-/na-settes-mangfoldskompetansen-ut-i-praksis

Give the center a name!

Pride Arts project "Skeivt kunst- og kultursenter" is taking more and more shape. We want this to be the queer diversity in its entire width, and have therefore invited everyone who wants to come up with a proposal for a name for the house until 30 May. https://www.etskeivtkultursenter.com/senteret/gisenteretetnavn https://blikk.no/frederick-nathanael-kunst-skeiv-kunst/hva-kaller-du-et-skeivt-kunst–og-kultursenter

Support from the Ministry of Culture

Oslo Municipality The Ministry of Culture has allocated NOK150 000 for the implementation of the "Wunderkammer" - the largest queer art and culture festival ever! The Ministry of Culture highlights the value of the event as open and audience-oriented, with professional participants, and that it contributes to diversity in Oslo's cultural offerings.

Supported by Arts Council Norway

It's blowing our way! The Cultural Council supports Pride Arts project «Center for queer art and culture»! With its project, Pride Art will fulfill a large number of cultural policy and diversity policy plans and strategies for establishing a permanently skewed culture house in Oslo. The Ministry of Culture in Oslo Municipality has previously supported the pilot project through the scheme Innovation in cultural life, and now…

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CALL FOR ARTISTS - 2021

FINALLY! Pride Art is proud to announce the 2021 OPEN CALL for artists! Until the 24th of March you can now register to participate in the Pride Art arena for queer art and culture at beautiful DOGA. Welcome! Follow the link to register: https://www.deltager.no/prideart2021#init

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