Prosjektet In Between Norway & Poland / Culture er finansiert av Island, Liechtenstein og Norge under Action 2 Improving access to culture and the arts of the Culture Programme within the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.
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The Centre for Intercultural Creative Initiatives CROSSROADS is a municipal cultural institution, operating in Lublin since 2008. The Centre’s activity is firmly rooted in the locality of the region, but we inscribe our experiences in a universal perspective and we try to match global trends with the peculiar practices of our everyday life.
We strive to constantly confront the living traces of traditional cultures with the utopias of the twentieth-century avant-garde and new artistic explorations. We try to release the subdued energy that the meeting of tradition with the art of modernism and postmodernism gives, revealing forgotten meanings and inscribing them into the contemporary context.
The Centre’s ambition is to undertake bold, risk-bearing initiatives, penetrating unknown territories and cultural “crossroads”. We look at the processes of meeting, dialogue and confrontation, inspiring attitudes of tolerance and social responsibility.
We want artistic activities to become a vehicle of cultural change, to co-create the foundations of a new sensitivity and to give thought to future things. We organise the CODES Festival of Traditional and Avant-garde Music, the Open City Festival of Art in Public Space and other cultural projects.
The Oslo Jazz Festival is a non-profit foundation with the purpose of producing a festival of 60-70 concerts at 15-18 venues in the center of Oslo every year in week 33. The festival was founded in 1986 ans covers a broad range of jazz styles.
Some of the artists that have performed at the Oslo Jazz Festival are: Herbie Hancock, Jan Garbarek, Charles Lloyd, Arild Andersen, Nils Petter Molvær, Maria Schneider, Paul Bley, Karin Krog, Gregory Porter, Tony Bennett, Sidsel Endresen, Ornette Coleman and more.
Nasjonal jazzscene – Victoria is 300 cap venue in Oslo promoting concerts four days per week. We cooperate with clubs in Norway and Europe. Our vision is to be an arena with significance for the whole of Norwegian jazz scene and one of Europe’s most important venues for jazz. For 2020 were award by Europe Jazz Network for Adventurous Programming. We present emerging artists and the most important names in Norwegian and International jazz like Chick Corea, Sidsel Endresen, Nils Petter Molvær, DeeDee Bridgewater, Brad Mehldau, Joshua Redman, Enrico Rava, Cassandra Wilson, Bill Frisell, Esperanza Spaulding etc.
Ny Musikk was founded in 1938 as the Norwegian section of ISCM (International Society for Contemporary Music), and its main aim is to promote radical, experimental and genre-crossing music throughout Norway.
The nyMusikk Trondheim branch works with most of the active musicians in the Trondheim music scene, including Dokkhuset Scene, Kunsthall Trondheim, Trondheim Chamber Music Festival, Trondheim Sinfonietta, Fri Resonans and Rosendal Teater.