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Gothenburg Plays a Part: Independent Performing Arts Groups in Gothenburg 1960-2000

Scholars at the University of Gothenburg are working on the “Gothenburg Plays a Part” project to charter the city’s independent dance and theatre life 1960-2000. The purpose is to enrich and nuance the historiography by complementing and expanding the knowledge on the contributions made by these groups to the performing arts field and the society. Important tasks are collecting and charting of new information, interviews with practitioners and analysis of existing historiography. The research group warmly wishes to be contacted by persons willing to share information and knowledge. Please contact yael.feiler@gu.se for theatre groups, and Astrid von Rosen astrid.von.rosen@arthist.gu.se for dance groups.

If you are in possession of archival material that can be of interest to the research project, we recommend that you contact the Museum of Gothenburg who is documenting and collecting archival materials from independent performing arts groups and individuals. For more information, please contact Ida Rådegård on 031-368 36 57, 0736-66 02 51 or by email: ida.radegard@kultur.goteborg.se. The museum collects materials from all periods of time, not only from 1960-2000.

Project leader: Yael Feiler and Astrid von Rosen
Project duration: 2016 - 2018
Funding: Anna Ahrenberg Foundation


Page Manager: Felicia Bigot Klinteberg|Last update: 1/29/2018

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