The screenings of Sámi filmmaking will take place in the Main Building on 22 February 6:30 pm (Hörsaal 7), 23 February 6:30 pm (Hörsaal 7), and 24 February 2:00 pm (Hörsaal 42) followed by film discussions. In cooperation with Ethnocineca https://www.ethnocineca.at/en
Kaisa’s Enchanted Forest by Katja Gauriloff, 2016 (82 minutes)
Wednesday, 22 February I 6:30 pm, University of Vienna, Main Building, Lecture Hall/Hörsaal 7
Film screening followed by discussion and Q&A with director Katja Gauriloff , drinks and snacks
Silence in Sápmi by Liselotte Wajstedt, 2022 (71 minutes)
Thursday, 23 February, 6:30 pm I University of Vienna, Main Building, Lecture Hall/Hörsaal 7
Film screening followed by discussion and Q&A with director Liselotte Wajstedt
Me and My Little Sister by Suvi West, 2016 (66 minutes)
Friday, 24 February, 2:00 pm I University of Vienna, Main Building, Lecture Hall/Hörsaal 42
Film screening followed by discussion with Sámi queer activist Anne Olli
The screenings of Sámi filmmaking is part of the IASC cross-cutting activity "Representations of Gender in Northern Arts and Sciences" which includes a set of events during the Arctic Science Summit Week 2023 that will highlight gender dynamics of living in the North and how the Arctic has been represented through diverse media and arts. The other events are:
- Find the exhibition “People Doing Cool Stuff – Women in Polar Science” in the Foyer in the Main Building. The opening event will be on 21 February at 3:30 pm, during the coffee break. In cooperation with Women in Polar Science and Arctic PASSION. https://womeninpolarscience.org/, https://arcticpassion.eu/
- The workshop “Representations of Gender in Northern Arts and Sciences” with artists, researchers, and activists will take place on 23 February from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm (Seminar Room 2) and on 24 February from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm (Seminar Room 1). In cooperation with Arctic PASSION https://arcticpassion.eu/
- Social program on 25 February: join our guided tour through the Exhibition “Queer Art Spaces Vienna 2023” and meet the curators. 1:00 pm, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, WUK, Währinger Straße 59, 1090 Wien. You can visit the exhibition already on Friday 24 February for “The Art of Indoor Tuntathlon”, start 7:00 pm at Kunsthalle Exnergasse. https://www.wuk.at/en/events/queer-art-spaces-vienna-2023/
The events are part of the organized by the International Arctic Social Science Association (IASSA) Working Group Gender in the Arctic (Gertrude Saxinger, Kata Kyrölä, J. Otto Habeck, Stephan Dudeck) with financial support from IASC, Arctic PASSION, The Curtis & Edith Munson Foundation, The Ocean Foundation, and SCAR. Further cooperation partners: Women in Polar Science, Ethnocineca, Austrian Polar Research Institute APRI.
Representations of Gender in Northern Arts and Sciences. See the full program here.