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Thursday 16 July

Paltserving - 30/7
Paltserving and entertainment. Welcome!...
Thu11:00 - 13:30Roka Kvarn Roknäsvägen 232
Lägg i kalender2020-07-16 11:002020-07-16 13:30Europe/StockholmPaltserving - 16/7Paltserving and entertainment. Welcome!Roka Kvarn Roknäsvägen 232Contactmargith_strom@telia.com
Fleamarket through the village...
Thu11:00 - 15:00Roknäs
Lägg i kalender2020-07-16 11:002020-07-16 15:00Europe/StockholmFleamarketFleamarket through the villageRoknäsContactmargith_strom@telia.com

Saturday 18 July

Hundutställningsbild
Welcome to Piteås International Dogshow at Sjulnäs sportsarena....
Sat09:00 
Lägg i kalender2020-07-18 09:002020-07-19Europe/StockholmInternational dogshowWelcome to Piteås International Dogshow at Sjulnäs sportsarena.Contactutstallningar@snkk.se
Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-07-182020-07-19Europe/StockholmInternational dogshowWelcome to Piteås International Dogshow at Sjulnäs sportsarena.Contactutstallningar@snkk.se

Sunday 19 July

Hundutställningsbild
Welcome to Piteås International Dogshow at Sjulnäs sportsarena....
Sat09:00 
Lägg i kalender2020-07-18 09:002020-07-19Europe/StockholmInternational dogshowWelcome to Piteås International Dogshow at Sjulnäs sportsarena.Contactutstallningar@snkk.se
Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-07-182020-07-19Europe/StockholmInternational dogshowWelcome to Piteås International Dogshow at Sjulnäs sportsarena.Contactutstallningar@snkk.se
Tango i Piteå
Time for Tango - welcome. Milonga for the summer, Swedish fika and food for sale next door. We dance Argentinian Tango outside but under a roof. Welcome to join us, ...
Sun17:00 - 19:00
Lägg i kalender2020-06-07 17:002020-07-26 19:00Europe/StockholmTango at BadhusparkenTime for Tango - welcome. Milonga for the summer, Swedish fika and food for sale next door. We dance Argentinian Tango outside but under a roof. Welcome to join us, listen to the music or dance.     Contacttangopitea@gmail.com

Tuesday 21 July

Waffles at Kalahatten - 11/8
Waffles at Kalahatten ...
Tue18:30 - 20:00Kalahatten
Lägg i kalender2020-07-21 18:302020-07-21 20:00Europe/StockholmWaffles at Kalahatten - 21/7Waffles at Kalahatten KalahattenContactmargith_strom@telia.com

Wednesday 22 July

Presentation PDOL 2019
The streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, ...
Wed - SunPiteå city
Lägg i kalender2020-07-222020-07-26Europe/StockholmPiteå Dansar och Ler - PDOLThe streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, a huge food court, competitions, dance performances. If you translate the namn of the festival, you will find out what these days are all about.   Welcome to Piteå Dansar och Ler! Let's dance and smile together this summer! For more information about the program, please visit our website.Piteå cityContactinfo@pdol.se

Thursday 23 July

Presentation PDOL 2019
The streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, ...
Wed - SunPiteå city
Lägg i kalender2020-07-222020-07-26Europe/StockholmPiteå Dansar och Ler - PDOLThe streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, a huge food court, competitions, dance performances. If you translate the namn of the festival, you will find out what these days are all about.   Welcome to Piteå Dansar och Ler! Let's dance and smile together this summer! For more information about the program, please visit our website.Piteå cityContactinfo@pdol.se
Paltserving - 30/7
Paltserving and entertainment. Welcome!...
Thu11:00 - 13:30Roka Kvarn Roknäsvägen 232
Lägg i kalender2020-07-23 11:002020-07-23 13:30Europe/StockholmPaltserving - 23/7Paltserving and entertainment. Welcome!Roka Kvarn Roknäsvägen 232Contactmargith_strom@telia.com

Friday 24 July

Presentation PDOL 2019
The streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, ...
Wed - SunPiteå city
Lägg i kalender2020-07-222020-07-26Europe/StockholmPiteå Dansar och Ler - PDOLThe streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, a huge food court, competitions, dance performances. If you translate the namn of the festival, you will find out what these days are all about.   Welcome to Piteå Dansar och Ler! Let's dance and smile together this summer! For more information about the program, please visit our website.Piteå cityContactinfo@pdol.se

Saturday 25 July

Presentation PDOL 2019
The streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, ...
Wed - SunPiteå city
Lägg i kalender2020-07-222020-07-26Europe/StockholmPiteå Dansar och Ler - PDOLThe streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, a huge food court, competitions, dance performances. If you translate the namn of the festival, you will find out what these days are all about.   Welcome to Piteå Dansar och Ler! Let's dance and smile together this summer! For more information about the program, please visit our website.Piteå cityContactinfo@pdol.se

Sunday 26 July

Presentation PDOL 2019
The streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, ...
Wed - SunPiteå city
Lägg i kalender2020-07-222020-07-26Europe/StockholmPiteå Dansar och Ler - PDOLThe streetfestival Piteå Dansar och Ler takes place in the center of Piteå. During these days you can experience everything from local musicians on stage, a marketplace, a huge food court, competitions, dance performances. If you translate the namn of the festival, you will find out what these days are all about.   Welcome to Piteå Dansar och Ler! Let's dance and smile together this summer! For more information about the program, please visit our website.Piteå cityContactinfo@pdol.se
Tango i Piteå
Time for Tango - welcome. Milonga for the summer, Swedish fika and food for sale next door. We dance Argentinian Tango outside but under a roof. Welcome to join us, ...
Sun17:00 - 19:00
Lägg i kalender2020-06-07 17:002020-07-26 19:00Europe/StockholmTango at BadhusparkenTime for Tango - welcome. Milonga for the summer, Swedish fika and food for sale next door. We dance Argentinian Tango outside but under a roof. Welcome to join us, listen to the music or dance.     Contacttangopitea@gmail.com

Tuesday 28 July

Waffles at Kalahatten - 11/8
Waffles at Kalahatten ...
Tue18:30 - 20:00Kalahatten
Lägg i kalender2020-07-28 18:302020-07-28 20:00Europe/StockholmWaffles at Kalahatten - 28/7Waffles at Kalahatten KalahattenContactmargith_strom@telia.com

Thursday 30 July

Paltserving - 30/7
Paltserving and entertainment. Welcome!...
Thu11:00 - 13:30Roka Kvarn Roknäsvägen 232
Lägg i kalender2020-07-30 11:002020-07-30 13:30Europe/StockholmPaltserving - 30/7Paltserving and entertainment. Welcome!Roka Kvarn Roknäsvägen 232Contactmargith_strom@telia.com

Friday 31 July

Illustration girl shopping
Time to shop!...
Fri10:00 - 18:00
Lägg i kalender2020-07-31 10:002020-07-31 18:00Europe/StockholmRöjardag i Piteå 31 juliTime to shop!Contactcecilia@destinationpitea.se

Saturday 1 August

Besökare Nolia 2018
Welcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there...
Mon - Wed, Sat, Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-08-012020-08-05Europe/StockholmNolia trade fairWelcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there is something for everyone and we can promise there is something for you. This is a fair full of inspiration and loaded for shopping. Welcome!Contactstoranolia@nolia.se

Sunday 2 August

Besökare Nolia 2018
Welcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there...
Mon - Wed, Sat, Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-08-012020-08-05Europe/StockholmNolia trade fairWelcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there is something for everyone and we can promise there is something for you. This is a fair full of inspiration and loaded for shopping. Welcome!Contactstoranolia@nolia.se

Monday 3 August

Besökare Nolia 2018
Welcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there...
Mon - Wed, Sat, Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-08-012020-08-05Europe/StockholmNolia trade fairWelcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there is something for everyone and we can promise there is something for you. This is a fair full of inspiration and loaded for shopping. Welcome!Contactstoranolia@nolia.se

Tuesday 4 August

Besökare Nolia 2018
Welcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there...
Mon - Wed, Sat, Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-08-012020-08-05Europe/StockholmNolia trade fairWelcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there is something for everyone and we can promise there is something for you. This is a fair full of inspiration and loaded for shopping. Welcome!Contactstoranolia@nolia.se
Waffles at Kalahatten - 11/8
Waffles at Kalahatten ...
Tue18:30 - 20:00Kalahatten
Lägg i kalender2020-08-04 18:302020-08-04 20:00Europe/StockholmWaffles at Kalahatten - 4/8Waffles at Kalahatten KalahattenContactmargith_strom@telia.com

Wednesday 5 August

Besökare Nolia 2018
Welcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there...
Mon - Wed, Sat, Sun
Lägg i kalender2020-08-012020-08-05Europe/StockholmNolia trade fairWelcome to one of Swedens largest trade fair, actually the most popular trade fair in the county and a great meeting place. Every new fair is loaded with new ideas, there is something for everyone and we can promise there is something for you. This is a fair full of inspiration and loaded for shopping. Welcome!Contactstoranolia@nolia.se
A nice evening at the landing
Market with a nice selection of craft and some music in the south harbor. Wish to sell in the market? Mail to Jenny Welcome!...
Sun10:00 - 14:00Västra kajen Camping och Gästhamn
Lägg i kalender2020-06-14 10:002020-06-14 14:00Europe/StockholmKultur på KajenMarket with a nice selection of craft and some music in the south harbor. Wish to sell in the market? Mail to Jenny Welcome!Västra kajen Camping och GästhamnContactinfo@vastrakajen.se
Sun10:00 - 14:00
Lägg i kalender2020-07-05 10:002020-07-05 14:00Europe/StockholmKultur på KajenMarket with a nice selection of craft and some music in the south harbor. Wish to sell in the market? Mail to Jenny Welcome!Contactinfo@vastrakajen.se
Sun10:00 - 14:00
Lägg i kalender2020-08-09 10:002020-08-09 14:00Europe/StockholmKultur på KajenMarket with a nice selection of craft and some music in the south harbor. Wish to sell in the market? Mail to Jenny Welcome!Contactinfo@vastrakajen.se

Tuesday 11 August

Waffles at Kalahatten - 11/8
Waffles at Kalahatten ...
Tue18:30 - 20:00Kalahatten
Lägg i kalender2020-08-11 18:302020-08-11 20:00Europe/StockholmWaffles at Kalahatten - 11/8Waffles at Kalahatten KalahattenContactmargith_strom@telia.com

Wednesday 12 August

Evening music with Emma Bogren Trio....
Wed19:00 - 20:00 Hortlax church
Lägg i kalender2020-08-12 19:002020-08-12 20:00Europe/StockholmEvening music with Emma Bogren TrioEvening music with Emma Bogren Trio. Hortlax churchContactemma.dahlback@svenskakyrkan.se

Saturday 15 August

Skärgårdsfesten vy
It's time to celebrate our beautiful archipelago again, the place is as usual South harbour. Mark your calendar to join us!  ...
Sat10:00 - 16:00Södra hamn
Lägg i kalender2020-08-15 10:002020-08-15 16:00Europe/StockholmThe Bothnian bay Archipelago festivalIt's time to celebrate our beautiful archipelago again, the place is as usual South harbour. Mark your calendar to join us!  Södra hamnContactpiteunika@gmail.com

Friday 21 August

Beach Party 2020
Beach Party 2020...
FriPite Havsbad
Lägg i kalender2020-08-212020-08-21Europe/StockholmBeach Party 2020Beach Party 2020Pite HavsbadContactbokning@pite-havsbad.se

Wednesday 9 September

Norrbottensmusiken Ruth Reinhardt
The Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra celebrates Beethoven 250 years!...
Wed19:00 Studio Acusticum, Stora Salen
Lägg i kalender2020-09-09 19:002020-09-09Europe/StockholmThe Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra celebrates Beethoven 250 years!The Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra celebrates Beethoven 250 years!Studio Acusticum, Stora SalenContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Friday 25 September

PSG Weekend girls
Shopping night in Piteå again! The stores are full of news and special offers. Welcome to Piteå.    ...
Fri18:00 - 21:00Piteå city
Lägg i kalender2020-09-25 18:002020-09-25 21:00Europe/StockholmShopping nightShopping night in Piteå again! The stores are full of news and special offers. Welcome to Piteå.    Piteå cityContactcecilia@visitpitea.se

Sunday 4 October

Jonas Solo
...
Sun17:00 - 18:20Studio Acusticum, Stora Salen
Lägg i kalender2020-10-04 17:002020-10-04 18:20Europe/StockholmJonas Gardell - Queen of f*cking everything - SOLOStudio Acusticum, Stora SalenContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Friday 23 October

Röjardagen 191018
Time to shop! ...
Fri10:00 - 18:00
Lägg i kalender2020-10-23 10:002020-10-23 18:00Europe/StockholmCleansing day 23 octoberTime to shop! Contactcecilia@destinationpitea.se

Saturday 24 October

1920px universitetet presenterar bild
Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Sunday 25 October

1920px universitetet presenterar bild
Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Monday 26 October

1920px universitetet presenterar bild
Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Tuesday 27 October

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Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Wednesday 28 October

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Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Thursday 29 October

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Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Friday 30 October

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Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for t...
Mon - SunStudio Acusticum
Lägg i kalender2020-10-242020-10-30Europe/StockholmEcology, Site and Place - Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020Ecology, Site and Place Piteå International Performing Arts Biennial 2020 October 24-30 Call for Presentations Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition focuses on ecological perspectives, and  further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place. A series of new productions of ecological sound art, site-specific arts projects, dance and theatre  productions, intermedia arts projects, film and video screenings will be presented. The Biennial also invites to a conversation between arts and science.  Piteå is a small town in the very north of Sweden. It hosts a campus from Luleå University of Technology, the most Northern university of technology in the world.  Here, Piteå School of music holds an international position as a hub for interdisciplinary research in the arts and beyond, an environment which also includes the  unique facilities of Studio Acusticum and Norrbottensmusiken with the contemporary music ensemble Norrbotten NEO, Norrbotten Chamber Orchestra, Piteå Chamber Opera  and the two youth activities Norrbotten Youth Orchestra and the girl choir Arctic Light. As one of northern Europe's most advanced concert halls, Studio Acusticum  aims to provide ideal conditions for live concerts and audiovisual recording. Studio Acusticum also houses Luleå University of Technology's organ (the Acusticum  Organ by Gerald Woehl) for concerts, instruction and research. The combined resources of these institutions constitute an infrastructure for presentations of sound  art, film, choreography, theatre, performance, installations and music. We now welcome proposals to a peer-reviewed symposium that challenges the format of the scientific conference, and explores new formats for the communication of  scientific results. Contributions may be in artistic form (we welcome presentations of installations, film, and performances in a wide range from music to theatre  and choreography, and of course, intermedia work), traditional conference papers, or in a format that combines the two. Proposals for workshops and other interactive  formats are also encouraged.  The ambition with the symposium is to bring various kinds of knowledge production in the arts and sciences together with a multi-disciplinary research perspective on  ecological issues, broadly speaking. Hence, we welcome proposals from all research disciplines, in which questions of ecology, site and place are addressed. The  symposium is structured as a lab, in which artistic work and research as process can be set in dialogue with other research disciplines. The aim of the symposium is  to identify new ways in which the performing arts and the sciences can join forces to create and communicate new knowledge of ecological challenges in society. The  presentations at the symposium will form the basis for a peer-reviewed edited publication.  Proposals may address one or more of the three central domains. The  list below is to be understood as non-exclusive suggestions of possible perspectives. Ecology  We invite proposals related to - Research addressing societal and environmental perspectives related to Agenda 2030 - Narratives and art related to climate change and ecology - Ecological sound art - Acoustic ecology and bioacoustics - Urban soundscapes - Ecological perspectives on artistic practice which may include 4E cognition, a perspective proposing that our perception of the world is not only  embodied but also embedded, enacted, and extended. Such an ecological understanding of human perception highlights social, material, symbolic and aesthetic  contexts [...] It points researchers to the ways in which emotions, when shared, structure the agentive character of groups of individuals in ways that, when coupled with forms of appraisal, ready individuals for action and configure psychological and physiological features of those readied actors (Clarke, DeNora and Vuoskoski 2015, 74).  We further invite presentations exploring site and place as urban and rural environments, built and natural places, public and private, sacred and profane, mental and physical, real and imagined. This may include explorations of narratives through theatre, film, installation art and choreography.  Site  We invite proposals of artistic presentations encompassing - Site specific projects in the performing arts - Immersive sound and video - Sound and video walks Place  We encourage proposals that explore the relation between place, decolonizing indigenous studies, environmentalism and sustainability. We further invite presentations that address the role of place  in the formation of memory, historical and sociological perspectives, and identities.  - Geographies of listening, sound and music.  - Participatory and autoethnographic approaches to place  Each day will be specifically curated, and framed by a key presentation by an invited scholar or artist.  Our ambition is to create a format for discussion and  dissemination of artistic work and thinking about and through artistic work, while avoiding the all too common theory/practice dichotomies and allow for a creative  and intellectually vital environment in which artistic and scholarly approaches to the three perspectives can be molded together.  Dates The deadline for proposals is March 30. The results of the peer-review will be announced on April 7. The Biennial opens on October 24, and the symposium takes place between October 26-30.  Format and content of the proposal - Please send proposals to piteabiennial@gmail.com - The description of the content and format of the presentation should be no more than 300 words and may also include audio and video material.  - Please indicate which theme/themes the proposal addresses. the duration of the presentation and also a technical rider if applicable.  - Artistic materials for review can either be submitted as links for download (mp4 or h264, only stereo files and one screen video) or links to webpages for  streaming. Piteå Performing Arts Biennial is organized by Piteå School of music, Studio Acusticum, Norrbottensmusiken and Dans i Nord, in collaboration with Kluster,  Pitebygdens musikförbund, Piteå Konsthall and Regionbiblioteket. Produced with  support from Statens Musikverk. Studio AcusticumContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

Friday 6 November

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Welcome to our night to boost the great business in Piteå! Mingle eat and enjoy!      ...
Fri18:00 
Lägg i kalender2020-11-06 18:002020-11-06Europe/StockholmPiteå business awardsWelcome to our night to boost the great business in Piteå! Mingle eat and enjoy!      Contactanette.westerlund@nolia.se

Wednesday 18 November

Norrbottensmusiken Brahms Serenad
Brahm's magnificent orchestra serenity...
Wed19:00 
Lägg i kalender2020-11-18 19:002020-11-18Europe/StockholmBrahm's magnificent orchestra serenityBrahm's magnificent orchestra serenityContactinfo@studioacusticum.com

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