Livestream: Charpai chat with Hasansen

Artist Sayed Sattar Hasan is looking forward to meeting his online audience.

Here and there - a mentorship program

- Diversity should be a given in the arts, says Marie Skeie og Motaz Habbash.

Utstilling: Hasansens kjelke

Hva skjer når en pakistansk divan møter en norsk skikjelke?

We Do – Norways first Polish festival

- We live together, yet we don't know each other that well, says Żaneta Kruszelnicka, curator and project mananger for We Do.

Head, Hand, Eye

Hanni Kamaly blander historie og fiksjon for å belyse hvordan avkapping av kroppsdeler var del av de europeiske kolonimaktenes maktsymbolikk. Hun ser nærmere på hvordan samfunnet fortsatt er preget av en rasistisk praksis

Film screening: Ambulance

It was the first time for me, being in an ambulance, moving so fast.That first day I wasn’t aware of what was happening. I was scared.I was nervous. I couldn’t focus. I could only press the RECORD but-ton on the camera. The camera was my friend throughout the war." - Mohamed Jabaly

Nøkkel til byen

– Det handler ikke om at unge mennesker mangler interesse for kunst og kultur, men at de ikke vet om mulighetene.

20 år i Kubaparken

Verdensmusikkscenen i Kubaparken fyller 20 år, og kommer til å ha minst 20 band på scenen under Musikkfest Oslo, forteller primus motor Ricardo Sanchez.

Tøyen Fotografiske Verksted

Breaking the stereotypes

Motaz missed seeing Arabic films, listening to Arabic music, not to mention the Arabic atmosphere. This was the start of the project “It’s hard to be Arabic”.

Here and there

Meetings. Art. Stories. A survival guide for artists who recently arrived in Norway, by Marie Skeie and Motaz al Habbash.

TrAP Tromsø

TrAP and the municipality of Tromsø work together to make the cultural arenas of the city more relevant to the ever more diverse population of Tromsø. See our past and upcoming events here.