Difference between revisions of "Gothenburg"

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'''Initiatives''': [[Made From Waste]] (*2005).
'''Initiatives''': [[Made From Waste]] (*2005), [http://skogen.pm Skogen].
'''Festivals''': [[Göteborg Art Sounds]] (*1999).<br>
'''Festivals''': [[Göteborg Art Sounds]] (*1999).<br>
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'''Past events''': [[Mobile Music Workshop]] (2004).
'''Past events''': [[Mobile Music Workshop]] (2004).
'''Spaces''': [[Röda Sten]].
'''Spaces''': [https://www.natverkstan.net/ Nätverkstan], [[Röda Sten]].
'''Art workers''': [[Johan Söderberg]], [[Karl Palmås]] (1976), [[Thomas Karlsohn]].
'''Art workers''': [[Christian Lenemark]], [[Johan Söderberg]], [[Karl Palmås]] (1976), [[Thomas Karlsohn]].
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Latest revision as of 13:57, 16 September 2020

Initiatives: Made From Waste (*2005), Skogen.

Festivals: Göteborg Art Sounds (*1999).
Events: FSCONS summit (*2007).
Past events: Mobile Music Workshop (2004).

Spaces: Nätverkstan, Röda Sten.

Art workers: Christian Lenemark, Johan Söderberg, Karl Palmås (1976), Thomas Karlsohn.

  • Gothenburg at Indie Travel Guide, [1]

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