Lotta Enbrand, 49 years old living in Uppsala. She spent 2 years at Kyrkerud community high school, 1 year at Uppsala art school for Stina Wollter, after that 2 years at photo technical education and 1 year Speos photography school in Paris.
Proudly presents Ann-Kristin Källström
From my visit last week during the inauguration of Sara Cultural Centre, I have fond memories stored under my skin, close to my heart. I think of the activities inside the walls of the wooden house, I think of the people, who with commitment and a lot of will and love, work to present art and meet people on equal terms. I think of the heat, the conversations, the air hugs and everything that meant a lot between the lines.
As you may understand, there are good days and there are good days. Yesterday was a very good day because Ricklundgården got a nice visit from @edelvik_konst again!
This windy but cool and nice Thursday we were visited by Kajsa Ravin, Director General of the Swedish Arts Council and her colleague Margareta Brilioth. With them were also Joakim Sandberg, Regional Culture Manager in Västerbotten and as representatives from our beautiful municipality participated KSO Annika Andersson and Finance Manager Niklas Vilhelmsson.
Lately, I have repeatedly heard how much this place means to the experience and the feeling in the context. I agree and I agree so sincerely. What I want to draw attention to now is also how much the individual means to reinforce all that this place stands for.