Utmark X Transgender Awareness Week: Alyxis
Utmark concert x Transgender Awareness Week: ALYXIS
Saturday 20. November
“ALYXIS is a non-binary entity. ALYXIS is a comforting inner voice. ALYXIS wants you to be kind and confident. ALYXIS encourages you to resist. ALYXIS is the best part of all of us.” - ALYXIS
20. November is Transgender Day of Remembrance. In collaboration, Bergen Kunsthall’s own concert series Utmark and Transgender Awareness Week (TAW) invites everyone to a free concert at Landmark/Bergen Kunsthall. We welcome everyone to remember in togetherness.
TAW provides visible support for both transgender people at a local and international level. With this we want to honour the memory of those who have lost their lives as a result of hate crime and violence.
—— ALYXIS ——
Dublin based multidisciplinary artist ALYXIS, premiered their debut EP ‘RUSH’ through FACT MAG in April 2021. Written and produced by ALYXIS, with additional production and mixing by Bedroom Community’s Valgeir Sigurðsson, Lullahush, EOMAC and mastered by Enyang Ha. ALYXIS will be releasing new music in the coming months delving deeper into their world.
—— Transgender Awareness Week ——
13. - 20. November 2021 consists of a varied events such as exhibitions, panel discussions, workshops, podcasts, performances and a commemoration on Transgender Day of Remembrance ending with a concert at Bergen Kunsthall. Check out their full programme here: https://www.facebook.com/transgenderawarenessweek/
—— Utmark ——
Utmark is Bergen Kunsthall’s own concert series, presenting Norwegian and international musicians from a wide range of genres, with a focus on alternative expressions and experimental, visionary and exploratory music.
—— Access ——
Bergen Kunsthall is accessible from street level, wheelchair accessible, welcomes assistance dogs and has all-gender toilet facilities.
For special access requests or further assistance, please e-mail email@example.com or make yourself known to our staff at the door and they will assist you.
Bergen Kunsthall is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We follow a no tolerance approach to racism, as well as ageism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia, ableism, or prejudice based on ethnicity, nationality, class, gender, gender presentation, language ability, asylum status or religious affiliation.