Subcase: Nordic Circus Showcase 2009 – 2022 It started as a small local event but…
Our new team guides Subtopia’s events department in i post-pandemic era era. But Kristina Hagos and Jenni Aho are not really that new at Subtopia.
Subtopia interviews Leif Magnusson, Head of Operations at Mångkulturellt centrum, about his background, politics, and Allmändalen, an alternative to Almedalen, based on citizen representation and raising local issues.
The last weeks of 2018, the artists Aris and Cesar Fulgencio from Subtopia created works of art in the doorways of Albyvägen 12 and 14 together with the residents. The initiative came from the housing company Botkyrkabyggen. This is Aris’ reflection on the process and the result.
An interview with studio artist Paola Bruna about aesthetics, knowledge and the preschool Ringblomman’s exhibition #kidsart.
The scenographer responsible for the Drömpyramiden game show: “When I’m working
on big entertainment, I want the set to be visible from the moon!”
Text Paulina Sokolow
Choosing circus as your occupation may not be the most common thing to do. But it’s important to listen to your dreams. And that’s what Mikaela, who’s currently performing in the Kaaos Kaamos company’s show Babel, Glöm, did.
Text Paulina Sokolow
Meet three of the participants from Circus Incubator, an international collaboration between professional circus performers and promoters.
Photo Petter Hellman
With a couple of months left before the 17th edition we interviewed Alain Paré about CINARS and the situation for the performing arts in today’s global and digital era.
Photo Marie-Paule Blais
Who is visible in media? Sveriges Röster is aiming to create space for new perspectives. The project will be completed in the autumn of 2018 and the first step has been to establish a network.
Text Elin Borrie, photo Saga Berlin
Ahmad Kasem Al Omari is the dancer who fled army service in Syria. Now he struggles to realize his dream of living on the dance. First goal to enter the Ballet Academy.
Text Ida Kjällquist, photo Saga Berlin
The class has ended for the evening. The participants remain seated, discussing and coming up with ideas. They talk about money matters, companies, and stock. The class has triggered too many ideas for anybody to go home just yet.
Text Fares Hamed, photo Saga Berlin