Difference between revisions of "Malmö"

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'''Initiatives''': [[Electrohype]] (*1999).
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'''Initiatives''': [[Electrohype]] (*1999), [[Skånes konstförening]] (*1904).
  
 
'''Festivals''': [[Electrohype]] electronic art biennial (*2000).
 
'''Festivals''': [[Electrohype]] electronic art biennial (*2000).
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'''Academy programs''': [[Nordic Sound Art]] (*2007).
 
'''Academy programs''': [[Nordic Sound Art]] (*2007).
  
'''Spaces''': [[Skånes konstförening]].
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'''Spaces''': [[Skånes konstförening]] culture centre and gallery.
  
 
'''Art workers''': [[Jakob Riis]] (1964), [[Zeenath Hasan]].
 
'''Art workers''': [[Jakob Riis]] (1964), [[Zeenath Hasan]].

Revision as of 13:09, 10 October 2010

Initiatives: Electrohype (*1999), Skånes konstförening (*1904).

Festivals: Electrohype electronic art biennial (*2000).

Academy programs: Nordic Sound Art (*2007).

Spaces: Skånes konstförening culture centre and gallery.

Art workers: Jakob Riis (1964), Zeenath Hasan.

More
  • Malmo at Indie Travel Guide, [1]


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