Programme and Registration
Registration is now open for this year’s Contemporary Art Days 15–16 October. However, we start already on the evening of 14 October with the opening of Annika Eriksson’s new work In Preparation for a Psychodrama (Honey, Honey) produced by the Public Art Agency Sweden, and a welcome drink at Moderna Museet Malmö.
Samtidskonstdagar 2015 focuses on art and public space and takes place at Moriska Paviljongen, Inkonst and Inter Arts Center in Malmö and includes: Björnstjerne Christiansen, Superflex (Copenhagen), Galit Eilat, independent curator (Amsterdam); Renzo Martens, artist, Institute for Human Activities (Brussels/Kinshasa); Farid Rakun, ruangrupa (Jakarta); Bo Krister Wallström, curator KORO (Oslo).
Read more about the programme
Please note that most of the seminars and activities have limited availability.
The price for Samtidskonstdagar 2015 is 800 SEK (incl. VAT), which includes lunch and coffee on 15 and 16 October, and lounge party on 15 October at Inkonst.
Registration deadline is 1 October.
Please contact Anita Wernström firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries about the programme, its content and registration.
Please contact Sofia Bertilsson email@example.com for enquires about local partners, activitiesand hotels.
Finally, if you have the possibility to stay for a couple of days after the conference we would like to bring to your attention two regional events: The Best Biennial! will be inaugurated on 17 October at Ystads konstmuseum and the international conference day, Art Education in Transition, at Dunkers kulturhus, Helsingborg will take place on 19 October.
Welcome to Skåne in October!
Samtidskonstdagar 2015 is produced by the Swedish Exhibition Agency and the Public Art Agency Sweden in collaboration with eight art institutions and organisations in Skåne: Inter Arts Center, Malmö; Konstitutet, Malmö; Lund konsthall; Malmö konsthall; Malmö Art Museum; Moderna Museet Malmö; Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art, Lund; and Wanås Konst, Knislinge.Supported by Skåne Regional Council/Region Skåne and the City of Malmö.