«All dressed up and nowhere to go» is a living piece of art, made by the artists Siri Gjære and Ann-Cathrin Hertling, who runs Wild at Art: An artistic strategy and attitude, work platform and collaborative practise.
Get ready for a weekend of fabulous music and a festival that brings some warmth into the dark «trønder» autumn! 27–28 October we host two nights of this year’s version of the all-female-line-up-festival Feminalen. Friday night we present the commissioned work “All dressed up and nowhere to go”, by Wild at Art (Siri Gjære and Ann-Cathrin Hertling).
The artists are known for creating long-durational artworks that exceeds our experience of time and space. By releasing us from the conventional format of concert and performance, they want the guests to participate and find out- and decide where this actually ends…
Feminalen is a music festival that focuses on improving the gender balance in the music industry. The festival brings something new to the region, by creating an arena for highlighting and honouring skilful women in the music industry, and raising the issue of gender balance. Besides the music programme, Feminalen’s professional content addresses issues regarding gender in the music industry through talks and debates.
This year’s festival offers a broad spectre of musical expressions, promising artists, exciting talks and debates, a course for aspiring young musicians, and not least a roof-raising celebration.
The event is a collaboration between Feminalen, Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Moskus, and AKKS Trondheim.
For more information, see feminalen.no