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QUEER SPIRIT

Groundbreaking success finally in Oslo! You will never forget this magical art experience! QUEER SPIRIT was a smash success at Stiklestad this summer, and now over 75 queer artists are serving up shocking and moving experiences on the walls and on stage for 7 days until the end. The theme is queer spirituality, and the format is huge! We have remodeled Jakob's church

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Building queer sacred space

"Pride Art is rebuilding Jacob's church in Oslo for the Queer Spirit festival, which opens on Tuesday 14 February and runs until Monday 20 February. During the day, school classes will be given a tour, and in the evening there are concerts, performances, theater shows, rituals and meditation with queer undertones. Church council leader Kristin G. Raaum believes the exhibition is overwhelming. - This exhibition has

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QUEER ART GALA

Fundraiser for SKOKS - Queer Art and Culture Center Doors open 17:30pm The event lasts from 18:00-20:00pm Ticket price NOK 380 BUY TICKET: https://www.ticketmaster.no/search?keyword=queer%20art%20gala Join along to a star-studded gala performance to raise money for Skeivt Art and Culture Centre! The crème de la crème of queer artists delivers laughter, goosebumps and good vibes. The evening is the start of the big art auction, which will ensure that queers get a safe house

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CHAMBER OF WONDER 2022!!

A Queer Art Festival in Oslo Queer art festival. Free entry at DOGA all days. Also in Jacob Kulturkirke 9, 10 and 14 October OPENING/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 entry MAIN POINTS OF THE CHILDREN'S CULTURE DAY PROGRAM All

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Exhibition opening: Create (t)

Welcome to the exhibition opening on Thursday 9 June at 18! Be the first to experience the new exhibition "Skape(t)"; an exhibition about underground voices and liberation struggle in queer art history. The city museum invites the country's largest queer artist collective, Pride Art, to the museum to create an exhibition about queer art and culture in Norway. There will be a cultural element in between

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Boundless

From 20 May, 14 queer organizations will each occupy an old prison cell at the Interkulturelt Museum. Together with Pride Art, they curate their own exhibition where they show different shades of queer art and culture. In May and June you can experience the new exhibition Borderless at the Interkulturelt Museum. The old prison cells at the museum are filled with art,

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Against rainbow washing

KORO - art in public spaces - supports Pride Art with NOK 100 for "Real representation and radical inclusion against rainbow washing and tokenism* in Skeivt Kulturår - Lecture and publication". - It's fantastically gratifying and important that we get support for this work!, says Frederick Lucius Nathanael, head of Pride Art. * "Tokenism is

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Open Call for Wunderkammer

Last year's Wunderkammer exhibition was a success, and 126 artists exhibited 584 works of art to 10000 visitors over the course of 10 days. We are now opening the application portal for this year's exhibition! We hope even more people want to exhibit with us this year. There is additional information about the application process in the application portal, which we encourage you to read carefully

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This year's Olsok artist

Pride Art named Olsok artist of the year at Stiklestad National Cultural Centre. OPEN CALL for exhibition about queer faith and spirituality, deadline 10/4. Pride Art joins established artists such as Håkon Bleken, Franz Widerberg, Inger Sitter, Magne Furuholmen and Finn Graff when they are now announced as this year's Olsok artist. Olsokdagene at Stiklestad is an annual festival which

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The National Museum with a skewed podcast

- There will be conversations about everything from racism to non-monogamy to tentacle porn. And art, then! says Gisle Agledahl, presenter of the National Museum's new podcast "Brytning". In the podcast we meet stage artist and writer Camara Lundestad Joof, contemporary dancer and choreographer Daniel Mariblanca, artists Gjert Rognlie and Guðmundur Helgi Arnarson, filmmaker Yenni Lee, actor and drag pioneer Morten Rudå and

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Time for membership!

The more members, both artists and our friends and allies, the more support the public will be able to give us and we can create even more space for queer art and our stories and messages. BECOME A MEMBER 🙂 Follow the link below and register as a member. It costs NOK 200.https://www.deltager.no/event/membership2022 SKEIVT CULTURAL YEAR this year it is officially Skeivt

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We still have a long way to go!

This year marks 50 years since section 213, which made sexual acts between men prohibited, was repealed. Nevertheless, queers still experience harassment and threats. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary since the abolition, this year "Skeivt kulturår" is being organized to mark and celebrate this. Here in Sørlandet, among other things, the cotton factory in Arendal has set up the art exhibition

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Who's going?

Board members and artists from Pride Art organize one of the year's most important exhibitions in Arendal with the theme "Who is it?" In addition to the five artists, children from three schools also take part in the exhibition, which takes place at Arendal's library from 7 to 25 February. "With this art project, I want to increase a general understanding

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Pride Art on Arctic Pride

In collaboration with Arctic Pride and Nord Norsk Art Museum, Pride Art (Tove-Mari Odderdal and Trine Midtlie Elmholt) was responsible for the artistic element during the commemoration. 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 a 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 where we can meet other like-minded people, where we are sheltered

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Pride Arts child is born!

The Skeivt art and culture center foundation is registered! On 22 October 2021, the initiators of one of the world's first queer art and cultural centers signed the foundation document. On 4 January 2022, at the start of the official queer cultural year, the foundation was registered in the Brønnøysund register. The municipality has promised us locals, but is keeping its wallet closed for the time being. But the Point of no return is now behind us

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Research on Pride Art

In 2019 and 2021, two different research projects were carried out at Pride Art. Master's 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 Art's work and model for curation and diversity strategy. In 2022, Jan Trinh investigates Pride Art and MELK's 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 up and test a diversity council, which will be an important part of the centre. The council must stimulate internal critique of norms in the institution, work

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Pride Art advisor for the National Museum!

 Photo: The National Museum / Frode Larsen Pride Art manager, Frederick Nathanael, organization secretary Katja Fjell and literature manager Martine Johansen are employed at the National Museum in 2022 to guide and provide an inside look when the museum will talk about queer art in the Year of Queer Culture. We will shape a competence-enhancing initiative for employees at the museum, and we will help them

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Wunderkammer 2022 !!!

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

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The Cultural Council supports Pride Art in Skeivt Kulturår

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

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PRIDE ART ON NRK!

"When queer art is to be shown, it very often happens from the outside. The queer is defined and interpreted by people who have not lived the life we ​​have. What is unique about our exhibition is that you get it from the inside. It is an exhibition and festival made by queers themselves, from our perspective,

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Program CHAMBER OF WONDER

Weird autumn exhibition: 600 works of art by 130 artists with backgrounds from 25 different countries. PLACE: DOGA (national center for architecture and design) Hausmanns gate 16, Oslo Opening times gallery (free entry): (Friday 8/10: 14:00 p.m.: Pre- viewing) Friday 8/10: 18:00-23:00 Saturday 9/10: 11:00-23:00 Sunday 10/10: 11:00-20:00 Monday 11/10: 11:00-22:00 Tuesday 12/10 : 11:00-20:00 Wednesday 13/10 11:00-22:00 Thursday 14/10: 11:00-20:00 Friday 15/10: 11:00-23:00 Saturday 16/10: 11:00-23: 00Sunday 17/10: 11:00-14:00 (Collection of purchased art

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Broken Silence

This year's exhibition during Queive Sørlandsdager Monday 23 to Saturday 28 August. In this exhibition, 8 artists will break the silence. Together, they will use their artistic voices to create the colorful exhibition "Broken Silence". The title of the exhibition came about because this year's pride theme is International solidarity. We break the silence in solidarity with people around

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Cod Art Festival

Torsken Art Festival is a local art festival on Torskeholmen in Grimstad. We share magical art experiences in and around the city. The purpose is to create live encounters between the public and artists, and we will use the town hall and Torskeholmen for this on Saturday 14 August. The festival program consists of 25 participating artists from Grimstad and the surrounding area, as well as some national elements. Here

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Join QueerCoronART!

————————————————————————————————————————————————Postponement of the submission deadline for the Pridecard! Because of. due to illness, some of the cards have been sent out somewhat late, therefore we are extending the deadline for submitting your pridecard by one week. New deadline: 22 August Good luck!———————————————————————————————————————————— - Join Pride Art's very first interactive art project QueerCoronART! Pride Art invites you to share your experience of the corona era

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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.

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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

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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

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Supported by Arts Council Norway

It's blowing our way! The Norwegian Cultural Council supports Pride Art's project "Centre for queer art and culture"! With its project, Pride Art will fulfill a wide range of cultural policy and diversity policy plans and strategies by establishing a permanent queer cultural center in Oslo. The Cultural Agency in Oslo Municipality has previously supported the pilot project through the scheme Innovation within cultural life, and now

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