August 18th, 2020 / 10-12:00 pm
Join in and enjoy your morning coffee with us at G.A.P whilst listening to a presentation on a thesis research proposal of Elizaveta (Lisa) Bomash on Tuesday, 18th of August from 10 am to 12 pm.
Lisa’s thesis research proposal is exploring the impact of facilitated networking on the cultural field in Finland based on the Dörren programme study. The presentation will therefore start with an introduction of the networking project Dörren (organised by Luckan- the Finland-Swedish Information and Cultural Centre in Helsinki) led by Gerd Norrgård, one of Dörren’s project managers at Luckan. The presentation will be followed by a discussion during which the audience will be invited to respond to the discussed thesis proposal and also ask Gerd some questions about Dörren.
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Gerd Norrgård manages the Dörren project at Luckan, the Finland-Swedish Information and Culture Center in Helsinki. Gerd is a Finnish professional in cultural heritage, finance and sustainable development with long experience in international organisations and projects. She is particularly interested in diversity and interculture, and the impact on culture and the society at large.
Elizaveta (Lisa) Bomash is a Russian / New Zealand cultural producer and art administrator currently residing in Finland. Lisa is studying towards a MA in Arts Management at the Sibelius Academy alongside learning practical entrepreneurship. Among her professional interests are international and cross-cultural cooperation, sustainable non-profits, and effects of digitalisation on the cultural field.