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  • Moja på Tvoja

    "I don't think I've ever experienced such an artistic turnaround before" - read Scenekunst.no article "Changing conditions" by Eline Bjerkan. Moja på Tvoja is a theater performance in your own home, digitally via Zoom. Moja på Tvoja is a participatory theater piece produced in the form of an online Zoom class. There is no audience in…
  • Barents Spektakel 2023: Streamed Events

    TRANSBORDER CAFE: IN BARENTS WE TRUST 11. January 2023 marked the 30 years since the Kirkenes Declaration was signed by Norway, Russia, Sweden and Finland - and the Barents region became a reality. What led to the agreement and what influence has it had? How does the war affect cooperation across borders today? How can…
  • Transborder Café + Moddi // Win-win: Art-based tourism in the North

    NorskEnglishNorsk Nord har blitt både et utgangspunkt for kunstnerisk research og en attraktiv turistdestinasjon for folk fra hele kloden. Reiselivet er den største næringen i Sør-Varanger, som mange andre steder i Nord-Finland og Nord-Vest Russland. I likhet med reiselivsbransjen som sliter på grunn av koronarestriksjoner og stengte landegrenser, rammes kulturbransjen hardt av samlingsrestriksjoner. Når kultur…
  • A Border Musical – Chto Delat

    Tanja fra Nikel møter Ola fra Finnmark og flytter til Kirkenes med hennes sønn for å starte et nytt liv – “til Norge der alle er lykkelige”, og snart lærer hun hva som skal til for å kunne “tre inn i familien av plettfrie borgere”.

  • Northern Drift – Alexis Destoop

    If you missed “Northern Drift” by Alexis Destoop at Barents Spektakel 2020, here is your unique chance to watch it at home. If you have already experienced the film, this is your opportunity to revisit and re-imagine the borderland between Russia and Norway once again.

  • Polar Shanghai – Olga Jitlina

    Russian, English subtitles 27:41 2019 EnglishNorskРусскийEnglish Olga Jitlina's "Polar Shanghai" is a reflection on one of Murmansk's lesser-known stories. From the founding of the city in 1916, right up until the second world war, Chinese immigrants made up the second-largest diaspora after the Tatars -- living and working in the district that became locally known…