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How to survive in the
Tuning in on the neighbor. The role of journalism and information in CBC. Thursday 6th of Nov at Ritz, Kirkenes, starting at 21.00. Participants: Anastasia Yakonyuk – RIA Novosti (Russia), Thomas Nilsen – Editor of BarentsObserver (Norway), Andrej Matisak – newspaper Pravda (Slovakia), Alexenia Dimitrova – newspaper 24 Hours (Bulgaria) and Tatyana Lebedeva – NAM (Ukraine). Chair: Emma Jarratt, journalist (Canada). Cultural contribution: Trygve Beddari and Anne Margaret Nilsen (music) and the Gaza based photojournalist and filmmaker Mohamed Jabaly (film screening).
The common ground of freedom? Friday 24th of Oct, 20.
Book launch: Alexander Florensky (RU).
The Russian artist Alexander Florensky launches his book during the Transborder Café at Ritz in Kirkenes, Friday 24th of October. The book is an artistic diary with drawings and texts from the journey from Murmansk to Kirkenes.
Anders Sunna and Michiel Brouwer at BAR International.
Doing research for The Withdrawal of the Red Army.
The Austrian artist and curator Beate Rathmayr has been in Kirkenes, Tromsø and Murmansk the last few days to meet artists and cultural workers from
Pikene på Broen are pleased to invite you to a
Cuban and Russian curators taking part in discussion panel and residency program.
The Norwegian photographer Rune Johansen is at BAR International.
Sense and nonsense of activism in art, Saturday 6st of Sept, 19.00. With: Synnøve Persen, Andrei Erofeev, Elisabeth Haarr, Bo Krister Wallström, José Fernandez Portal. Music: Roger Ludvigsen, Text: Trine Falch, Poetry: Synnøve Persen.
Border Musical by Chto Delat premiered at Barents Spektakel 2013 and is now shown at Kunsthall Oslo’s Soft City, a three day programme of performances, concerts and screenings around the city of Oslo.
Tanya Busse, Gunnar Kopperud and Kirill Kobrin at BAR International.
Searching for a bacterial starter culture.
Eva Bakkeslett taking up where she left in mid December 2013.
Ekaterina Sharova is in office.
Are you interested in creative writing and between 13 and 18 years old?
The Bergen based artist visits the
A photo workshop for youth at Basen.
Pikene på Broen has invited three photographers for residencies in July:
Francois Zvardon, Igor Bryakilev and Hege Annestad Nilsen.
Ingrid Valan returned to Kirkenes to work at Pikene på Broen.
The Russian artist draws his journey.
Morten Traavik’s BORDERLINES is installed.
The Australian photographer, Michael Miller, is presenting photo works from his time in the North.
The Norwegian artist Morten Traavik’s installation BORDERLINES travels westward.
Remember the French artist duo Magali&Cédric from Barents Spektakel 2013?
The Australian photographer is back.
Does the Barents region have its own sound?
Phil Wood, writer, researcher and activist, and Jeremy Davis, producer and Director of UK based Roots Music, are in Kirkenes and Murmansk as a part of Pikene på Broen’s residency program, Bar International. They are visiting the borderland to get a glimpse into the music community of Kirkenes and Murmansk for a project named Industrial Folk.
Phil Wood, writer, researcher and activist, are inviting to public lecture in Murmansk, the 15th of February, and in Kirkenes, the 17th of February.
Pikene på Broen has employed Andreas Hoffmann in the temporary