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Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
Art exhibition FRAGILE | September 8 – December 20
Filmmaker Mervi Junkkonen’s video art exhibition FRAGILE is based on her interviews with refugees about trauma, displacement and identity. The exhibition features of a series of video installations that reflect on the physical and emotional consequences of these experiences.
Open Tuesdays & Thursdays 1 p.m –5 p.m. and some weekends, visit the museums website for details.
A Sense of Space
‘A Sense of Space’ is an exhibition featuring 15 works by the English artist Lynne Brown and celebrate the purchase by Uppsala University of two of the artist’s paintings, with motifs from Visby and Uppsala. Tuesday to Sunday, at 11.00-16.00.
The exhibition strive to celebrate the purchase by Uppsala University of two of the artist’s paintings, with motifs from Visby and Uppsala. The exhibit
Curious on R-programming?
Introduction to programming in the programming language R. The workshop is mainly aimed for researchers and PhD students.
How to Read East European Cities-Bringing back Space into History
Karl Schlögel is a historian and essayist, Professor Emeritus of the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. He lives in Berlin. His research focuses on urban development and spatial aspects of historical change in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.