Rasmus Meyers allé 3, 5015 Bergen
Belgin is Bergen Assembly 2019’s new space in Bergen’s city centre. Not publicly accessible for many years, the glass ground-floor connecting wing of museum KODE 2 served for a long time as the institution’s storage and restoration workshop. From April to November it will act as the central working, meeting and public space of Bergen Assembly 2019. In all its possible and impossible potentials, this space in progress will become what its diverse users make of it.
Belgin develops its infrastructures, programmes, and profiles successively and in dialogue with international guests and local communities. It is conceived as a shared space, which does not only host Bergen Assembly itself, but is open to the activities of local groups and initiatives.
The space’s name refers to the Turkish singer Belgin Sarılmışer (1958–1989), who adopted the alias ‘Bergen’ after the Norwegian harbour city.
OPEN SPACE, INFO CENTRE, AND GROWING ARCHIVE
Groups and initiatives who are interested in using the Belgin space for their activities get more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be announced soon.
COMING UP NEXT AT BELGIN
EXTERNAL ACTIVITIES HOSTED AT BELGIN
Currently there are no external events hosted at Belgin. Groups and initiatives who are interested in using the Belgin space for their activities get more information at email@example.com