Current guest artist at LKV and exhibitor at Babel, Indian-French artist Shanta Rao, is giving an artist talk at LKV. Her exhibition at Babel is open until August 28.
There will hopefully be soup served after the talk, welcome!
Screen printing course at LKV with Louis Everard
The course will give you an introduction to 2-layer screen printing, including transferring your image to a prepared screen using ultra violet lights and hand printing the image.
The maximum amount of participants is 7, and registration can be done by sending an e-mail to: email@example.com. Registration is binding. The price for the whole course is 650,- If this course is filled up quickly we will try and arrange more.
Participants will be divided into to groups with the first starting at 10:00 and the second att 11:00. The first group will finish at 16:00 and the second at 20:00.
Participants need to bring the following: The image they want to print on a transparent sheet and their own paper to print on. The print paper has to be A3-size, and the transparent paper with the image you would like to print should be A4.
The course will be held in english. Courses by LKV is open to all members of NBK, NKH and students at the art academy
Having spent 6 weeks at LKV as an artist in residence, Kadie Salmon will hold an Open Studio day on the 16th of June.
Drawing on the city of Trondheim for inspiration, Kadie has spent 6 weeks continuing her ongoing exploration of historic notions of romanticism in relation to landscape, folklore and history. By extracting and re-constructing these notions in a contemporary context, her new body of work seeks to further question the fine line between romanticism and that of idealism, desire and personal fantasy.
During the Open studio, Kadie will be displaying and talking through a body of new drawings created during her time on the LKV residency programme, whilst also showing her series of multiple exposure photographic works taken at midnight across various sites in Trondheim. On her return to London Kadie will continue to develop this series as large format, hand coloured photographs. This new body of work will later be exhibited as part of her solo show at Babel Art Space, Trondheim in 2017.
Wojtek Ziemilski is a polish theatre director and visual artist. He creates multi-disciplinary works using a variety of forms and media taken from the performing and visual arts. During June Ziemilski has been a guest artist at Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, working on his project “Gestuno” – a series of short videos exploring the relation between language, culture and heritage, which takes as it’s basis the Norwegian Sign Language.
12:00, tomorrow 15/6 Soup will be served for a low price. Welcome!