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Norway offers workshops for artists

Norway offers workshops for artists

Published at:28.06.2013

Artists from Krakow may take part in a year-long residency programme organised by the city of Trondheim. All those interested in participating in ‘Workshops for artists in Lademoen’ may send their applications until 20 July.

About Lademoen

Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder (LKV) is housed in a former school building from 1906, near the centre of Trondheim. It consists of 36 studios for professional artists as well as common workshops such as darkroom, printing workshop and computer room. In a nearby building there are two apartments for visiting artists.

The building is owned by the municipality of Trondheim and is leased to the artists on a non-profit basis. LKV as an institution is unique in Norway and there is hardly anything equivalent to it in the other Nordic countries. By means of a fairly modest investment, the owner has greatly improved the working conditions for the city’s artists. The facilities, the moderate rent and the professional fellowship also encourage art students to remain in the area after having finished their studies.

A place like LKV offers great opportunities for artistic co-operation, courses and seminars. The regrettable fact that the art and activity generated by LKV are still largely unknown and invisible to the public, remains a challenge.

Co-operation

Details of all possible forms of co-operation with Trondheim’s art circles and contact information may be found on www.lkv.no.

To access the application form, click on:

http://lkv.no/eng/application-guest-eng-no.htm