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2009: The artist Post Mortem. Managing literary heritage

What are the posibilites we have in promoting and managing the life and works of an artist – locally, nationally and internationally? Which challenges and dilemmas arise when we consider the biographical, artistical and geographical background of the artist?

How can we view this in terms of a favourable development of identity and the community?
How may this influence people, places and new art forms?

The conference was moderated by Knut Olav Åmås, culture and debate editor at Aftenposten.
Speakers was John Lennon, Director of the Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism Business Development, in addition to Tore Slaatta and Odd Are Berkaak from the University of Oslo.

Birthplaces in Great Britain and Chile shared their experiences: Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, James Joyce in Dublin and Dylan Thomas in Swansea. From Chile, the works of Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda was presented. The manager of the Hamsun centre shared her views on the foundation of the centre in Hamarøy.

Stuff and accursed lies – walk in and around Henrik Ibsens birth town.

The winner of The International Ibsen Award, Ariane Mnouchkine from Théâtre du Soleil, joined us via Skype.

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Photo Dag Jenssen - Ariane Mnouchkine joining by Skype
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Photo by Dag Jenssen
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - The Twa Dugs: remembering Robert Burns in Edinburgh and Ayrshire. By Nat Edwards
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - "Pablo Neruda in Valparaíso and Gabriela Mistral in Monte Grande. An heritage sight." By Juan Cameron.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - The Twa Dugs: remembering Robert Burns in Edinburgh and Ayrshire. By Nat Edwards
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - “This sea town was my world”: Dylan Thomas and Literary Tourism in Swansea. By Jo Furber.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - This sea town was my world: Dylan Thomas and Literary Tourism in Swansea. By Sean Keir.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - Return of the Exile: Appreciating James Joyce in Dublin. By Robert Nicolson.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen. - Literary Tourism: understanding the scale and potential through best international practice analysis. By Professor J John Lennon, Director Moffat Centre for TRavel and Tourism Business Development, Glasgow Caledonian University.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - Establishing the Hamsun Center in Hamarøy. By Bodil Børset, director of the Hamsun Center.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - The Event(s) of Art and the Life of Art. By Tore Slaataa, professor, Universitety of Oslo.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - Cultural heritage: Metaphor, performance, construction. By Odd Are Berkaak, professor in social anthropology, University of Oslo.
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Photo by Dag Jenssen - Moderator Knut Olav Åmås.