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Iaspis Open Studios and winter-get-together with glögg*

Date: Tuesday 12 December 2017.
Time: 5–7 pm.
Place: The Swedish Arts Grants Committee.
Address: Maria skolgata 83, Stockholm, Sweden.

RSVP: Thursday 7 December by email to:

Foto: Frozen Moment, Jelizaveta Suska.

Participating Iaspis Residence Grant Holders
Joey Holder, London (GBR), studio 1
Lars Brunström, Stockholm (SWE), studio 2
Tori Wrånes, Oslo (NOR), studio 3
Muhammad Ali, Stockholm/Damascus (SWE/SYR), studio 4
Róza El-Hassan, (HUN/SYR), studio 5
Ana Mendes, Berlin/London/Lissabon (DEU/GRB/POR), studio 6
Jelizaveta Suska, Göteborg (SWE/LAT ), studio 7
Andreas Doré, Stockholm (SWE), studio 8
Åsa Ersmark, Stockholm (SWE), studio 9

*Glögg is a Scandinavian hot drink based on spiced wine. The word “glögg” (mulled wine) comes from the old word “glödg” (annealing), formed from the verb “glödga” (anneal, warm up) to compare with “glöd” (glow). Similar drinks are found under names, such as vin chaud, gluhwein and mulled wine. It is common to make your own mulled wine. Traditionally the one drink glögg from small cups and served with almonds (or nuts) and raisins. The glögg is often accompanied by gingerbread and saffron Lucia buns, which is eaten along with the mulled wine.


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