OPEN CALL SUMMER WORKSHOPS

Join us for a series of  FREE art workshops for young people exploring themes of solidarity and collectivity. The workshops are held at different spaces for young people across Sundbyberg and each led by a different artist. The work made together will then be shown as part of a group exhibition at Galleri UNG in Hallonbergen, opening on 14 September 2018, 4-6pm!

The workshops are free and all are welcome!

Wed 6 June, 1–4pm

Led by Pernilla Rozenberg
Location: Lötsjön, Sundbyberg. Drop in

Come by to Lötsjön on 6 June and make a collaborative textile work! The work will be exhibited as part of an exhibition at Galleri UNG. In collaboration with Aggregat and Galleri UNG

Fri 10 August, 5–7pm

Led by Reza Hazara
Location: Project Playground, Rissneleden 14, Hallonbergen.

Join artist Reza Hazara in a painting workshop at Project Playground. The paintings you produce will be part of an exhibition at Galleri UNG. In collaboration with Projekt Playground as part of Passavidare.

Wed 22 August, 1pm

Led by Rudy Loewe
Location: Marabouparken Konsthall, Löfströmsvägen 8, Sundbyberg

Join artist Rudy Loewe for a drawing workshop focused on building community. Rudy Loewe creates stories about different kinds of people, thinking about who’s stories are often not heard. Come and share stories about your local community! In collaboration with Marabouparken Konsthall.

14 September, 4-6pm

Open Call
Location: Galleri UNG, Hallonbergens Centrum

Join us for a special exhibition of work produced within the Open Call Summer Workshop which focused on the theme of solidarity and collectivity and took place across youth organisations in Sundbyberg. The exhibition will continue until 30 September!

Open Call Summer Workshops! Is a collaboration between Sundbybergs Stad, Marabouparken, Project Playground and Galleri UNG and is developed in connection to Marabouparken’s BOX Open Call opportunity which supports artists to make a solo exhibition within Marabouparken’s BOX. This year Rudy Loewe will present a solo exhibition opening 28 September–28 October 2018.