Photo: Astrid Åkerblom

Opening reception and performance: Music, poetry, art exhibition and filmscreening

Cementa Slite factory and in the yard behind Slite Utveckling
Storgatan 95
Augusti 27, 14.00
Filmscreening in Slite Theater 15.30
Free entrance

Opening reception of the mural painting “Time capsule” made by students from the Vilnius Fine Arts Academy in Lithuania and part of the BAC youth project: In the Trails of the Boat Refugees.
Part of the opening will be a performance: “We have sung with tears”, which is inspired by a concert with the same name given by Estonian refugees to Gotland in 1944.

Following the performance is a film screening of the documentary film produced by the project.

Co-producers BAC and Cementa in cooperation with Slite Utveckling and Young Art Week.

Mural paiting Agnė Vaiciukevičiūtė, Eglė Prokopavičiūtė, Ieva Tarejava, Julija Skudutytė, Kipras Černiauskas, Martynas Pekarskas, Morta Petkevičiūtė, Rūta Čiplytė, Vladas Suncovas, students from the mural painting department at the Vilnius Fine Arts Academy in Lithuania.

Reading Shamima Mitu, writer from Bangladesh.

Sound and Music ensemble Fredrik Blomberg, Jens Friis-Hansen, Minna S. Friis-Hansen, Samuel Åberg, sound artists from Gotland.

Exhibition Pilan Ibrahim, Kurdish artist from Syria.

Photo: Astrid Åkerblom


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The project is financed by the Swedish Institute.

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