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The Bergen International Festival Festspillene i Bergen was established in and is the largest of its kind in the Nordic countries. It is the longest standing and the foremost music and theatre festival in Norway. With a combination of dramatic landscapes, local colour and imaginative programming, the festival is well established as a centre for the northern European art scene, presenting premieres and new productions in the spheres of music, opera, theatre and dance.
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Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara are the curators of the UK Electronica Festival Preview - Various - Re:Mix 2 (CD) International Architecture Exhibition, that will take place from May 26th to November 25th, Preview May 24th and 25th in the Giardini and the Arsenale, and around other venues in Venice. With the theme of Freespace, the Biennale Architettura will present for public scrutiny examples, proposals, elements — built or unbuilt — of work that exemplifies essential qualities of architecture which include the modulation, UK Electronica Festival Preview - Various - Re:Mix 2 (CD), richness and materiality of the surface; the orchestration and sequencing of movement, revealing the embodied power and beauty of architecture.
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Only unique art created during the last three years will be accepted. You can find more information here and you can apply using this webform. The first round of applications closes March 1st, Sincethis antidisciplinary meeting of communities and iconic names brings together in Barcelona leading artists, creative technologists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, thinkers, scientists, entrepreneurs, makers and hackers.
Now, over forty years later, its three fairs — in Basel, Hong Kong and Miami Beach — rank as the premier shows of their kind, presenting 20th and 21st-century art with a strong curatorial perspective. Exhibitions and events are also offered UK Electronica Festival Preview - Various - Re:Mix 2 (CD) cultural institutions in Basel and the surrounding area, creating an exciting, region-wide art week.
GDIF has been growing every year and inthe Festival featured over a hundred performances by dozens of national and international artists with more thanpeople attending the UK Electronica Festival Preview - Various - Re:Mix 2 (CD) shows in South and East London. This 7-metre diameter moon features dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. A popular and contemporary artistic adventure founded in by Jean Vilar, the Avignon Festival is today one of the most important contemporary performing arts events in the world.
Every year in July, Avignon becomes a city-theatre, transforming its architectural heritage into various performance venues, majestic or surprising, welcoming tens of thousands of theatre-lovers overadmissions of all ages. Galway International Arts Festival has been connecting audiences and artists for almost four decades.
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The festival presents and produces programmes of the highest quality across all art forms featuring theatre, music, visual arts, opera, street spectacle, dance, discussion, comedy and is committed to develop and produce new content which tours internationally. Talented artists travel from 45 countries and across the UK to paint live on 50,sqft of surfaces in front of 40, visitors.
The full range of this sound is spread over 13 tracks on their debut as Eating Snow, which was developed in Poznan, Poland; Wustrow, Germany; Jena, Germany; and, of course, Berlin, where Mooryc has been living, and where Douglas Greed spent some time in the summer of The two of them spent the majority of that visit together in the studio, drinking lukewarm beer and having fun around the clock.
They discovered a common passion for the darker elements of pop music, and bound electronic beats, melodies, and lyrics together in a magical combination; Mooryc's unique voice joins with the melancholia and euphoria of Douglas Greed's musical tendencies as the pair entirely sheds any dancefloor categorization. The album begins with the sensually-meandering "Over," which gets the listener in the mood for the impending musical trip. The deep pop of "Let You Down" precedes "Mine," which transitions to much calmer notes, and the restrained "Beauty of Destruction.
The dreamy, deeply personal "Last Summer Day" and an album version of the previously-released "Siamese Twins by Choice" deliver the album's acoustic conclusion. Artwork by street art duo HeRAKut. Tracklisting: Eating Snow - Over Eating Snow - The Cut
Sanon - Drone (7) & Tohtori Tapio* - Mehiläinen Metsässä (CDr), How Do You Think It Feels?, Sie Heiß Mary-Ann - Various - History Records - German Edition 28 (File, MP3), A Sweet Summers Night On Hammer Hill - Jens Lekman / Blood Music - A Sweet Summers Night On Hammer H, Radios Appear - Hydroplane - Radios Appear (Vinyl), Skies The Limit - Fleetwood Mac - Behind The Mask (Cassette, Album), Captain George Kayto - Tale Of The Dragon (CD), Res Com Tu - Xakras - Corrents (File, MP3, Album), Afrikaans - Resurrection Band - Rainbows End (Cassette, Album), Fragment Of The Sun, Survival - Smoke Rise - The Survival Of St. Joan (Vinyl, LP, Album)