HIGH- NORTH is an ambitious three-year artists’ residency initiative linking the cities of Tromsø (Norway), Gateshead/Newcastle (England) and Glasgow (Scotland). The project is coordinated by NABROAD, and supported by Arts Council Norway, and The Royal Norwegian Embassy London. Working with a range of high profile partners, each of whom brings a unique understanding of their local context, HIGH- NORTH represents a rare opportunity to substantially strengthen both cross-border dialogue and trans-national artistic practice.
HIGH- NORTH is a landmark project, uniquely placed to change the way we think about trans-national networks, practice, and collaboration.
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Luke Fowler, Terry Smith, Aileen Campbell, Arild Tveito, Mai Hofstad Gunnes and Kjersti Andvig.
Partners meet in Gateshead. From left: David Thorp (Independent Curator), Laurence Sillars (Chief Curator BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead), A K Dolven (Artist), Amy Sales (Curator, Glasgow Sculpture Studios), Svein Ingvoll Pedersen (Director, Tromsø Kunstforening), Francis McKee (Director, Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow), Audhild Dahlstrøm (Director, NABROAD) (not present: Helga-Marie Nordby (Director, Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art) .
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead),
CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts (Glasgow),
Glasgow Sculpture Studios (Glasgow),
Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art,
Tromsø Kommune & Troms Fylkeskommune,
A K Dolven (Visual Artist) UK/NO
& David Thorp (Independent Curator) UK
Arts Council Norway
The Royal Norwegian Embassy London
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