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We are looking forward to welcoming a diverse group of artistic researchers from Norway and abroad to reflect on the symposium’s theme “Artistic Climate(s)”.

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How does artistic research reflect, correspond to and subvert a plethora of contemporary political, ethical, cultural and actual environmental climates? How can art help us navigate an increasingly complex world? And how do we talk and teach about art as well as facilitate a more artistic approach across the disciplines?

Find out on 10 March!

THE SYMPOSIUM'S PROGRAM:

09.30-10.00 
Registration 

10.00-10.30 
Welcome and Opening by Kai Hanno Schwind (Curator AR@K20)

10.30-11.15 
Opening Keynote by Julian Klein (GER) 

11.15-11.30
(short break)

11.30-12.45 
Parallel sessions

12.45-13.45
(lunch break - a light meal is provided)

13.45-16.30
Parallel sessions

16.30-17.00
(short break)

17.00-17.45
Closing Keynote by Efva Lilja (SWE) 

18.00-18.30 
Launch Centre for Creative Writing by Linn Skoglund & Siri Senje (Kristiania University College)

From 18:00 / 18:30 and onwards

Drinks and mingling at Skjenkestua Studentbar

The exact schedule for the parallel sessions will be announced later. There will be contributions from Alisi Telengut (CAN/GER), Angelica Böhm (GER), Astra Zoldnere (LAT/GER), Ava Montgomery (USA), Camilla Dahl (NOR), Casey Hayward (USA), Chris Neilan (UK), Cristina Archetti & Camilla Eeg-Tverbakk (NOR), Dániel Péter Biró (HUN/NOR), Ellen J Røed (NOR/SWE), Judith Rifeser (UK), Matteo Preabianca (ITA), Monica Marcella (NOR), Njål Ølnes (NOR);

As well as from these researchers at Kristiania University College: Anne-Marie Giørtz, Bård Torgersen, Erik SchøyenHelge Hiram Jensen, Kari Hoaas, Knut Værnes, Margaret Rynning, Mari Skogly, Siri Senje, Synne Skjulstad and Vésma Kontere McQuillan.

There is no entrance fee to the symposium, but we kindly ask all participants to register here.

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