Arrangement

5. desember 2022 kl. 09:00–16:00
Ukraine’s Creative Resistance: Culture, Art and Expression in Wartime

Luba

The Fritt Ord Foundation and the Open Society Foundations cordially invite you to a one-day event on 5 December 2022, titled Ukraine’s Creative Resistance: Culture, Art and Expression in Wartime. The event will bring together Ukrainian authors, journalists, photographers, documentary filmmakers, cultural curators, musicians, and civil society actors. We will experience and understand Ukrainian culture and through panel discussions examine the role artistic creation – through both words and images – has played in Ukrainian resilience. We will hear from artists who are creating in wartime about how their artistic vision and identity as Ukrainian artists have shifted since Russia’s brutal invasion, and from writers and journalists about finding the language to speak to their audiences in wartime and how their work will contribute to the documentation of war crimes. We will explore the more global questions of whether there is room for art among the brutality of war, and whether art is actually a critical part of healing and resistance.

5. desember 2022 kl. 20:00–22:00
Kortfilm: First look at Mariupol by the TU Platform

Skjermbilde 2022 12 01 kl. 14.27.25

Join us for the screening of several short films by the Tu Platform, which depicts Mariupol before the invasion and shows the city as a vivid and lively cultural hub with its own life, youth, and arts. Platform TU is represented by Diana Berg, Anastasiya Hrechkina and Vira Protskyh.

6. desember 2022 kl. 10:00–16:30
War, Memory, Identity: A Global Dialogue

The Fritt Ord Foundation and Open Society Foundations invite you to a one-day event on 6 December 2022, titled War, Memory, Identity: A Global Dialogue. Through panel discussions and conversations with artists, historians, human rights activists and media professionals, we will examine questions of exile, colonialism, memory, and collaboration across lines of war. This event follows a one-day event on Ukrainian culture and its role in shaping Ukraine’s awe-inspiring resistance in the face of Russian brutality and aggression.