Region Halland påbörjade under 2013 en satsning på residens som en långsiktig modell för professionellt kulturskapande och kulturutveckling i Halland, varav Tomma rum i Unnaryd var en del. Läs om oss och andra projekt i publikationen Kreativa Mötesplatser.
Agnes Einerstam Karis, Alda Kravec, Amanda Varhaugvik, Ami Kohara, Angelica Falkeling, Ann Gustafsson Strandvik, Anna Engvoll, Anna Weyer, Anne Öhrling Dersén, Anne Louise Stangeland, Berit Viklund, Bernard Johansson, Björn Aneer, Brett Ascarelli, Britta Tegby Frisk, Camille Johnston, Caroline Donath, Casia Bromberg, Clara Birnbaum, Conrad Noack, Daniel Torarp, Ebba Gyllenhak, Elis Hoffman, Erik Hårdstedt, Ernesto Garcia, Eyal Shachar, Goutam Ghosh, Hanna Egeltoft, Hanna Widgren, Hannah Shimabukuro, Hedvig Bergman, Helle Lindskog, Ida Gulbrandsen, Ivanka Annot, Jason Ramanah, Jennie Öberg, Jenny Jureen, Johan Midtsian, Johanna Olausson, Johannes Hagman, Jonas Gazell, Kári Tulinius, Kadri Toom, Klara Schyberg, Lina Sundén, Linn Björklund, Linnea Hansander, Lisa Renvall, Liva Isakson, Lotte Scott, Lovisa Åbrink, Lovisa Svensson, Magnus Holmgren, Marie Bondeson, Mattias Söderberg, Mattias Cantzler, Michael Cedlind, Mikael Lindahl, Moa Schulman, Nils Karlsson, Ortiz Diego, Patrycja Pajak, Rikard Hultman, Sören Johansson, Sara Ocklind, Selma Sjöstedt, Sepidar Hosseini, Sofie Nohrstedt, Tejerina Javiera, Tobias Liljedahl, Tom Waldton, Trish Roan, Ulfhild Ohlsson Westin, Ulla Hultberg, Valentina Merzi, Verity Birt, Ylva Eköf, Zak Stratfold
Hylte bus goes on tour to Bolmso island in the middle of Lake Bolmen. We drove around and settled on the beach for a picnic and some fresh Bolmso coffee. And we had a swim in the lake! Of course.
This afternoon we hosted a Gratis Fika with home made cakes at the library with an exhibition. We had a good turnout! The cakes were perfect.
On Saturday afternoon we listened to some folk music! And took some photographs of the musicians.
Last week we went out for the Bolmensdagen, day of the lake Bolmen nearby. We started with a trip to the Fauna bridge, an area which used to be a hydroelectric plant, you can see the old power station in the third photograph. The area has been transformed with rocks to make an area ideal for fish to breed! They are trying in particular to re-introduce a breed of fish which has nearly died out in Sweden.
Next was to have some fika and learn about the history behind the tradition in the exhibition they set up on this site. You can see us here having a delicious fika with cakes and biscuits home made by two lovely ladies.
Next we went off to Tiraholm and it’s Fisk Butik. Here is Kadri enjoying some excellent smoked fish! Salmon with a variety of herbs and peppercorns.
Last we visited the plate museum, a collection which grew after a lady suggested to a man that he decorate his room with a few plates above the window… He refused her suggestion but she insisted. And he liked the effect so much that now he has this beautiful collection, apparently only 10% of which he bought himself. His son told us this story.