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Mar
23
Mar
31
Exhibition

HDK sketch Lorensberg

Students from the master programme in Crafts exhibits "HDK sketch Lorensberg", which presents proposals for artistic creation in Lorensberg Park. 

Particpants: Margareta Andersson, Elin Flognman, Ania Pauser, Erica Andersson, Åsa Lind, Åsa Olofsson, Sara Ingrid Andersson, Kerstin Lönnhag

Opening: March 23, 16:00 to 18:00

Plats: 
Aulan/Library, HDK
Mar
11
Apr
2
Exhibition

PARAFRAS – TVÅ RUM OCH KÖK

Kortedala museum - a museum apartment fully casted in the 50s and 60s - was the inspiration for HDK:s crafts students exhibition "Två rum och kök" (Two rooms and a Kitchen). In the project the third year students in Textile Art, Ceramics Art, and Jewellery Art worked with the museum collection, its context and historical references. The past meets the present and new questions about life and society, dreams and visions, value and time, are raised.

Opening: March 11 at 13:00-16:00. 

Tidpunkt: 
Plats: 
Kulturhuset Blå Stället, Angereds Torg 13
Apr
4
Open lectures

Päivi Ernkvist

Unexpected craft - processes in public space.

Tidpunkt: 
19.00
Plats: 
Samlingssalen, Steneby
Apr
5
Open lectures

Slowly, slowly, step by step ... towards new mistakes, and insights

What is it that strikes our feelings? What makes us smile, what makes us become engaged? Ceramics artist Frida Fjellman constantly recurs to what is perceived as too much. The direct and sensitive - feelings that many get embarrassed by. The human with all that it may entail. In the lecture, she will talk about the colorful road to where she is today. What has been important, what she repents and the most important lessons.

More information here.

The lecture will be held in Swedish.

Tidpunkt: 
15:00–17:00
Plats: 
Main lecture hall, HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Göteborg
Apr
7
Open lectures

Creating commons and trust with visual art pedagogy

In 2013 visual artist and art educator Paula von Seth was invited to a museum project in South Africa. The assignment was to strengthen citizens' participation and the coexistence of ecological, social and cultural values through a cultural museum, in a coastal and conflicted town close to Cape Town.

In her talk Paula von Seth will draw on methods in visual art, and democracy building in South Africa, as a way to meet challenges in sustainable development in Sweden. 

In 2016 she was awarded the Bror Hjort art pedagogy prize.  

The lecture will be held in English.

Tidpunkt: 
13:00-15:00
Plats: 
Hörsalen, HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Göteborg
Feb
11
Apr
9
Exhibition

Revision

Jesper Norda, lecturer (Assistant professor) design, is one of 21 artists in the exhibition Revision at 3:e våningen.

Tidpunkt: 
Wed–Sun: 12:00–16:00
Plats: 
3:e Våningen, Sockerbruket 9, Göteborg
Mar
18
Apr
9
Exhibition

Moustafa Jano – Every Person Has Lost Something

Photo exhibition about the devastation in wartorn Syria.

Tidpunkt: 
Opening 18/3 3pm
Plats: 
Steneby konsthall, Dals Långed
Apr
11
Other

Master's examinations

Five exam students from the Master's Programmes Applied Arts and Design are examined in front of external opponents.
Everyone is welcome to come and listen.

Specialization: Textile - Garment- Design
Klara Bothén

Specialization: Wood Oriented Furniture Design
Marie-Louise Velthuijzen
Vanessa Fernandez
Ying-Yu Wei

Specialization: Metal Art
Billy Andersson

Plats: 
Steneby konsthall, Dals Långed
Mar
18
Apr
17
Exhibition

AVTRYCK /// TUNICA INTIMA

Marks on the bodies that tell a story about vulnerability. Change through disease and aging. Working with contrasts - the beautiful and the grotesque. The human body is the inspiration for Sanna Wallgren - a fascination that has driven her to the art of jewellery. In this exhibition, she has chosen to show a miscellany of jewellery from her thesis, but also objects and sketches of her continued work during her master with the working title Tunica intima - in direct contact with the blood flow, where she continued her exploration of body disorder and decay.

Opening: March 18 at 12:00

Tidpunkt: 
Fri–Sun: 11:00–16:00
Plats: 
Nääs Konsthantverk, Nääs Slott, Floda
Apr
21
Open lectures

Open lecture with Anders Sunna

The artist Anders Sunna grew up in a family of Sami reindeer herders in Kieksiäisvaara. The motifs of his art is mainly based on the family's conflict with the Swedish government, but is also about the Sami community and history in the four countries.

The lecture will be held in Swedish.

Tidpunkt: 
13:00–15:00
Plats: 
Main lecture hall, HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Göteborg

Calendar ongoing

Mar
23
Mar
31
Exhibition

HDK sketch Lorensberg

Students from the master programme in Crafts exhibits "HDK sketch Lorensberg", which presents proposals for artistic creation in Lorensberg Park. 

Particpants: Margareta Andersson, Elin Flognman, Ania Pauser, Erica Andersson, Åsa Lind, Åsa Olofsson, Sara Ingrid Andersson, Kerstin Lönnhag

Opening: March 23, 16:00 to 18:00

Plats: 
Aulan/Library, HDK
Mar
11
Apr
2
Exhibition

PARAFRAS – TVÅ RUM OCH KÖK

Kortedala museum - a museum apartment fully casted in the 50s and 60s - was the inspiration for HDK:s crafts students exhibition "Två rum och kök" (Two rooms and a Kitchen). In the project the third year students in Textile Art, Ceramics Art, and Jewellery Art worked with the museum collection, its context and historical references. The past meets the present and new questions about life and society, dreams and visions, value and time, are raised.

Opening: March 11 at 13:00-16:00. 

Tidpunkt: 
Plats: 
Kulturhuset Blå Stället, Angereds Torg 13
Mar
18
Apr
9
Exhibition

Moustafa Jano – Every Person Has Lost Something

Photo exhibition about the devastation in wartorn Syria.

Tidpunkt: 
Opening 18/3 3pm
Plats: 
Steneby konsthall, Dals Långed
Feb
11
Apr
9
Exhibition

Revision

Jesper Norda, lecturer (Assistant professor) design, is one of 21 artists in the exhibition Revision at 3:e våningen.

Tidpunkt: 
Wed–Sun: 12:00–16:00
Plats: 
3:e Våningen, Sockerbruket 9, Göteborg
Mar
18
Apr
17
Exhibition

AVTRYCK /// TUNICA INTIMA

Marks on the bodies that tell a story about vulnerability. Change through disease and aging. Working with contrasts - the beautiful and the grotesque. The human body is the inspiration for Sanna Wallgren - a fascination that has driven her to the art of jewellery. In this exhibition, she has chosen to show a miscellany of jewellery from her thesis, but also objects and sketches of her continued work during her master with the working title Tunica intima - in direct contact with the blood flow, where she continued her exploration of body disorder and decay.

Opening: March 18 at 12:00

Tidpunkt: 
Fri–Sun: 11:00–16:00
Plats: 
Nääs Konsthantverk, Nääs Slott, Floda