Please note that Kolt has inexpensive and therefore has simple conditions. We will do our best to ensure you get what you need to work and live during Kolt. But we ask you to think simple.
Kolt can borrow some basic equipment and materials, such as hammer, saw, hammer, buckets, shovels, paper, pen, tape, etc. depending on participant’s needs. If you want specific materials or equipment you need to pay for it yourself, we can help you get things from the local area.
Some Kolts has a participants fee. The participation fee is 1200SEK for KOLT Bottna Gerlesborg and 1200nok for KOLT Kautokeino and includes VAT at 25%.
We run KOLT though W.danceArt Economic Association and participants can pay on-site with cash or by invoice after the event.
If you wish to pay by a company / by invoice send us your company name, VAT number, contact person and address before the KOLT begins.
If you want to read more about the participants fee, why we have it and how to pay it.
Each participants must prepare a 10 minute presentation themselves and their work. It is useful to show examples of your work, photos, film, recording, performance. This presentation will only be for others Kolt participants. We have a projector and speakers available for presentation.
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Kolt will arrange breakfast, lunch and dinner. Please tell us when applying if you have food allergies or special diets.
There are two types of Kolt, one that is closed to the public and one that is open to the public.
An open Kolt have some days in the end of the working period that are open to the public. The participants get the opportunity to show the projects that created during the Kolt-week and examples of their work outside Kolt.
Unfortunately KOLT Bottna Gerlesborg has a limited capacity for showing finished work, and therefore has very specific requirements for it. Kolt still want to open the opportunity to view the finished work, because we consider it a good opportunity for artists to be seen.
For questions contact Alexandra