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The National Stage Bergen (Den Nasjonale Scene)

 

Den Nationale Scene (The National Stage, Bergen) is Norway’s oldest permanent theatre with roots dating back to Den Norske Theater (The Norwegian Theatre) founded in 1850 by the Norwegian violinist Ole Bull. The theatre was founded to develop Norwegian playwrights and Henrik Ibsen was one of the first writer-in-residences and art-directors of the theatre. Today […]  More

Astrup Fearnley Museum

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Astrup Fearnley Museet is a private museum of contemporary art, and has since its opening in 1993 been one of the most important art institutions in Oslo. The museum moved to Tjuvholmen in 2012, beautifully located by the Oslo Fjord in a building designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. The museum presents temporary exhibitions of […]  More

Norwegian Crafts

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The Norwegian Crafts is working to promote and support contemporary crafts nationally and internationally. NC currently holds over 850 professional practicing artists and makers. NK’s main objective is to strengthen the arenas for contemporary crafts and improve the general working conditions for artist and makers. Our strategic areas are professional development; policy making; programmes and education; […]  More

Norwegian Museum of Cultural History

 

The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is Norway’s largest museum of cultural history. With collections from around the country, the museum shows how people lived in Norway from 1500 to the present. The more than 150 buildings in the open-air museum represent different regions in Norway, different time periods, as well as differences between town […]  More

Lexicon on Art in Switzerland

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SIKART Lexicon on art in Switzerland is SIK-ISEA’s online information system on historical and contemporary art in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein. Richly illustrated, it is edited and updated on a daily basis. SIKART offers combined query facilities on artists, works, exhibitions, literature and awards, and now features 16,000 entries on current and historical […]  More

Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy

 

Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (National Academy of Fine and Performing Arts) is the principal state-sponsored national cultural center of Bangladesh. The academy was established through an act of Parliament in 1974 as a statutory organization under the Ministry of Cultural Affairs. But subsequently the Act of 1974 of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy was amended through a new […]  More

Norwegian National Museum of Decorative Arts

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Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum is a national museum of decorative arts and design, located in Trondheim, Norway. The museum has a responsibility to collect, manage and exhibit arts and crafts, and industrial design. Permanent Displays The Historical and Modern Collections Interior Henry Ven de Velde Interior-52 Hannah Ryggen The Japanese Collection Modern and Contemporary Crafts Vessels and […]  More

Fulbright New Zealand

 

Fullbright New Zealand offers a range of exchange awards for New Zealanders and Americans wanting to study, research, teach or present their work in each other’s country.  More

Young Artists Society (UKS)

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The Young Artists Society (UKS) was established in 1921 with the aim to improve the living conditions for artists at the time. Although the identity of UKS has since changed to reflect the numerous shifts in the art world and society as a whole, they maintain to represent Norwegian artists and curators’ ideological principles and […]  More

Bergen International Festival (Festspillene i Bergen)

 

Bergen International Festival is the largest of its kind in the Nordic countries, presenting music, theatre, dance, opera and visual art.  More

Te Matatini Society Inc.

 

Te Matatini Society is the national organisation for Kapa Haka (Māori performing arts) in Aōtearoa/New Zealand.  More

Edvard Grieg Museum (Troldhaugen)

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Troldhaugen was the home of Edvard Grieg and his wife Nina. The villa was built in 1885, and the couple lived there the last 22 summers of Edvard Grieg’s life. Troldhaugen became a museum in 1928 and includes Grieg’s Villa, the composer’s hut and the Grieg couple’s gravesite as well as a modern museum building […]  More

Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation

 

The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation was set up in May 1994 as a noncommercial organization. The principal goal of the Spivakov Foundation’s activities is to assist young people gifted in music and arts in the development of their talents and in the organization of their creative processes in Russia and abroad. However, it also […]  More

Capital E

 

Capital E focus on children and their creativity. It is the only facility in New Zealand that gives children access to a wide range of creative technology, live performance and events, and attracts up to 200,000 visitors each year.   More

Chamber Music New Zealand

 

Chamber Music New Zealand are the country’s largest presenter of chamber music concerts throughout New Zealand.  More

Munch Museum

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The Munch Museum is a monographic art museum, dedicated to the life and work of the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. The museum possesses the world’s largest collection of Munch’s art, with almost 28 000 works of art in addition to personal effects, tools and Edvard Munchs private library. The collection of 28,000 artworks consist of […]  More

Obraztsov Puppet Theatre

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Moscow State Puppet Theatre named after Sergey Obraztsov was founded in 1931. In 1981 it was granted the title of “academic”, thus becoming Central State Academic Puppet theatre named after Sergey Obraztsov. The establisher of the theatre is the prominent Russian artist, actor, director, painter and writer Sergey Obraztsov, who directed his theatre until the […]  More

Sounds Aotearoa

 

Sounds Aotearoa premier event is New Zealand’s indigenous music expo, a two-day music event, which includes speaker seminars and artist showcases/performances, and hosts music buyers from around the globe.  More

Dance Aotearoa New Zealand

 

DANZ is the national organization for New Zealand dance working in the areas of education, advocacy, access, promotion and visibility of dance.  More

Arts Council Norway

 

Arts Council Norway is the main governmental operator for the implementation of Norwegian cultural policy.  More

Object Space

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Objectspace is recognised as New Zealand’s leading public gallery in the fields of craft, applied arts and design.  More

Archives New Zealand | Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga

 

Archives New Zealand, Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga is the official New Zealand public archive.  More

House of Dance (Dansens Hus)

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Dansens Hus – The National Stage of Contemporary Dance, is the main venue in Norway for dance. It is a programming stage, hosting national and international professional companies.  More

Russian Authors’ Society

 

Russian Authors’ Society (RAO) is a non-governmental society created by authors for copyright and intellectual property rights protection. The principal objective of RAO is managing Authors’ rights on a collective basis in those cases where their practical implementation in an individual order is complicated. This is the case for activities such as public performance, broadcasting […]  More

Henie Onstad Art Center

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Henie Onstad Art Center (Henie Onstad Kunstsenter / HOK) was established in 1968 as a donation of the collectors Sonja Henie and Niels Onstad. The choice of “Kunstsenter,” rather than “museum” was deliberate, signalling that HOK was to be not only a keeper of a strong modern European core collection, but also a producer of […]  More

BIT Teatergarasjen

 

BIT Teatergarasjen co-produces and presents Norwegian and international performing arts with an emphasis on projects that stimulate international collaboration and works that transcends artistic genres.  More

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

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The Film Archive is the home of New Zealand’s moving image history with over 150,000 titles spanning feature films, documentaries, short films, home movies, newsreels, TV programmes and advertisements.   More

Ministry of Cultural Affairs Bangladesh

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The Ministry of Cultural Affairs is primarily responsible for preservation, research and development of national cultural heritage and fine arts of Bangladesh. Among others, the function of the ministry includes preservation, research and development of archaeology, architecture, sculpture, library and to facilitate introduction & development of Bengali language. The Ministry of Cultural Affairs has been […]  More

Norwegian National Theatre

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The National Theatre is Norway’s largest theatre. It is located in the city centre of Oslo, in a building dating back to the turn of the 19th century. It houses three permanent stages under one roof, with a fourth auxiliary one located in Torshov, in the East of Oslo. Since it opened its doors in […]  More

Vladimir Potanin Foundation

 

The Vladimir Potanin Foundation is one of Russia’s largest private foundations. It was established in 1999 by Russian entrepreneur Vladimir Potanin. The Foundation supports higher education, arts and cultural projects, and philanthropy development in Russia. The Foundation’s programmatic activities are addressed at current problems, aimed at having long-term impact, based on transparent and open competition, […]  More

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