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Round about

Exhibition opening, Saturday 16/11/2020, 7pm Artists Jaana Caspary, Elizabeth Charnock and Lydia Peter (deutscher Text weiter Unten)____________________(EN) “round about” Within different artistic approaches, the working methods of the three artists have a content-related as well as poetic connection to each other. Constructed, clearly defined forms that pose questions about architecture in our urban surroundings, with […]

The Moment Before Falling, the Time in Between

The Moment Before Falling, the Time in Between Katrin Caspar & Silje Nes   Opening: 13.6.19 Exhibition: 14.6.-26.6.19 Through sculpture and installation the artists Katrin Caspar (DE) and Silje Nes (NO) create scenarios where physical movement is transformed into sound. Moving, always changing, the exhibition explores moments of transition. Sound and vision is intertwined, objects […]

游於心 (FLOWING) – Exhibition about the Chinese Calligraphy

BcmA invites you to come, celebrate the art of the Chinese Calligraphy and enjoy a glass of wine with the artist.  Flowing means to float with your heart. Did you ever want to understand the art of Chinese Calligraphy? Learn about the secrets these ancient Characters conceal? Their origins? Their meaning? Their spirit? Curated in cooperation with the visiting […]

Exhibition: How soon is Home?

17th of October, 2017: Vernissage of the exhibition How soon is home? The exhibition How soon is home? focuses on the process of how we create our homes and what this means for us. Women artists, illustrators and creators with south American roots get together to tell their individual stories about “Home”, term which has […]

Fanzine Workshop: Drawing, Collage, Cut’n’Paste

This October we are hosting an extraordinary fanzine workshop: Drawing, collage, cut’n’paste, by Aro Varse. The latin way. In this fanzine workshop we will do simple exercises with drawing and collage making as base for creating content that can be used for creating a fanzine but also all types of diy prints like posters, flyers […]