PÅFYLL: Arts and culture as demographic tools - some secrets
Håvard Lund from the Arctic Hideaway presents his reflections on arts and culture as demographic tools.
NODA invites you to professional and social replenishment at NOUA! Join us after work to meet like-minded people. Designers, architects and anyone with similar interests.
The evening's topic is demographics:
Musician and composer Håvard Lund travels about 200 days a year, exclusively in the North, and says he now knows a lot about why people move away from the region. He shares some of the observations from his private research agency this evening, and promises both chin slips, head shakes and toothy smiles. "A lot of good things can come from assertions," he says, and reveals one of his main theses: "Northerners are a resource-ignorant, ignorant and weak-minded character who will ruin the region if we don't get help soon. Help from the south. From the far south.
Håvard is currently employed as a regional musician at Scene Nord, but is better known as the initiator and main owner of the Fleinvær immersion room - the Arctic Hideaway.
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There will be good discussions and social mingling. The bar is open.
16:00 Doors open
17:00 Welcome by NODA
17:05 Short presentation by Håvard
17:45 Mingling and co-creation
19:30 Have a good evening
NODA – Northern Norways design and architecture centre is a project-based membership organisation. We show how design and architecture can be beneficial to society through various activities. Such as this one: påfyll. Påfyll means replenishment and we aim to provide both professional and social replenishment.
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Event is kindly supported by Nordnorsk Arkitektforening (NAF) and is a part of a series of lectures. More info here