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Secrets of Kristiansand

  • 04. nov 2019 , kl. 1800 - 2030
  • Teateret, Kongensgt. Kristiansand
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• Are you a new employee to Kristiansand?
• Are you a foreign worker in Kristiansand?
• Are you a Norwegian, but still new in Kristiansand?
• Would you like to meet others in the same situation?
• If you are from Kristiansand and would love to get to know some new amazing people, you are welcome!

The University of Agder, the Chamber of Commerce in Kristiansand and Business Region Kristiansand are all happy to invite you to the second gathering this autumn. The University of Agder is primarily responsible for the event Monday 4th of November.

6.00 pm. Monday 4 .th of Nov. 2019 in Teateret

Presenters this evening:

Nina D. Burleigh is a New York Times best selling author and has reported from almost every state in the Continental U.S., written hundreds of works of journalism, essays and book reviews, on a wide array of topics including culture, politics, gender issues, science, and the environment. Nina has got a great pen & voice, and she is looking forward to tell some of her secrets of living and working in our region!

Clare Jortveit was born in England and grew up in the USA. She has been in Norway for more than 20 years. She is the director of Aftenskolen, promoting lifelong learning and teaching in Norwegian society and culture including various projects together with UiA. She is passionate about education, internationalization and entrepreneurship now looking forward to tell you more about her experiences in living and working in Norway and Sørlandet

Israa Issa Mahameed was born in Palestine and grew up there. She has been inNorway for five years. She is an artist and writer, and has written two novels and participated in many exhibitions in Palestine, UK, Norway and soon in Athens. Israa uses her words and brushstrokes to defend her people. The link between identity and cultural heritage is her passion. She worked at the  aculty of visual arts at the University of Agder (UiA). Currently she works as an teacher of art at Aftenskolen as well as in the family workshop in Sørlandets Kunstmuseum , besides doing her masters in fine arts in UiA.

Free snacks! Drinks are by own expense.

Welcome!

 

 

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FACEBOOK
LINKEDIN
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• Are you a new employee to Kristiansand?
• Are you a foreign worker in Kristiansand?
• Are you a Norwegian, but still new in Kristiansand?
• Would you like to meet others in the same situation?
• If you are from Kristiansand and would love to get to know some new amazing people, you are welcome!

The University of Agder, the Chamber of Commerce in Kristiansand and Business Region Kristiansand are all happy to invite you to the second gathering this autumn. The University of Agder is primarily responsible for the event Monday 4th of November.

6.00 pm. Monday 4 .th of Nov. 2019 in Teateret

Presenters this evening:

Nina D. Burleigh is a New York Times best selling author and has reported from almost every state in the Continental U.S., written hundreds of works of journalism, essays and book reviews, on a wide array of topics including culture, politics, gender issues, science, and the environment. Nina has got a great pen & voice, and she is looking forward to tell some of her secrets of living and working in our region!

Clare Jortveit was born in England and grew up in the USA. She has been in Norway for more than 20 years. She is the director of Aftenskolen, promoting lifelong learning and teaching in Norwegian society and culture including various projects together with UiA. She is passionate about education, internationalization and entrepreneurship now looking forward to tell you more about her experiences in living and working in Norway and Sørlandet

Israa Issa Mahameed was born in Palestine and grew up there. She has been inNorway for five years. She is an artist and writer, and has written two novels and participated in many exhibitions in Palestine, UK, Norway and soon in Athens. Israa uses her words and brushstrokes to defend her people. The link between identity and cultural heritage is her passion. She worked at the  aculty of visual arts at the University of Agder (UiA). Currently she works as an teacher of art at Aftenskolen as well as in the family workshop in Sørlandets Kunstmuseum , besides doing her masters in fine arts in UiA.

Free snacks! Drinks are by own expense.

Welcome!

 

 

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