Konsept X is proud to collaborate with Karmaklubb* and Bergen Kjøtt on this one-night event (both live and stream) consisting of conversations, art, great people, and a safe and open environment. All within a queer-oriented feminist perspective. This evening we want to raise the questions ‘who’s seen and heard, and what makes a space feel safe and inclusive?’ How can creative platforms and voluntary organizations stay creative and innovative during a global pandemic, and how do we reach a common goal of a culture open for all?
*** PLEASE NOTE: Doors open at 18:00. Please join in time as the ticket cover both events this night; the conversation with Karmaklubb* and Daniel Mariblanca at 18:00 and this kickoff session from 19:00. ***
We have invited individuals and institutions who work specifically with these important but also complex questions locally — to explore, discuss, and learn. Tonight kicks off a larger international event in 2021. The conversation will be held in English and live streamed. Link to stream TBA.
Due to COVID-19 we are taking extra care and of course following the current restrictions, meaning changes might occur. There are also a limited amount of tickets. To request a seat waiting for you — solo or with your chosen wonderful company — get your *FREE TICKET* by finding Karmaklubb* at TicketCo or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. PLEASE NOTE: Meet up by 18:00 CET as the night's two events are interconnected and ticket is valid for all night. Both events will also be streamed and made available in the Karma* archive. Refreshments by Landmark Bar, ordered safely with your phone.
This programme is initiated by Konsept X, Bergen in close collaboration with Karmaklubb*, Oslo (nomad). It is funded by the City of Bergen and realised in collaboration with Bergen Kjøtt and Bergen Kunsthall, as part of the 'Landmark Satellite' programme at Bergen Kjøtt in autumn 2020. The programme at Bergen Kjøtt is supported by the City of Bergen, Kulturrom, Arena Akustikk, and BN Visuals. Bergen Kunsthall is supported by the Ministry of Culture, the City of Bergen, and Hordaland County. Karmaklubb* is partly funded by the Freedom of Expression Foundation (Stiftelsen Fritt Ord) and the Arts Council Norway (Kulturrådet).
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