Overview of UKK and contact info
Studio and workshop conditions
Mark Tholander, Maj Horn, Mikkel Bundgaard Pedersen, Vibe Overgaard, Michala Paludan
David Hilmer Rex, Philip Pilekjær, Mark Tholander, Gro Sarauw
David Hilmer Rex, Felis Dos, Gro Sarauw, Katja Crevar, Maj Horn, Mikkel Bundgaard Pedersen, Mark Tholander, Michala Paludan, Mette Kjærgaard Præst, Philip Pilekjær, Sara Arenfeldt, Scott William Raby, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Vibe Overgaard, Waqas Elahi Dar, firstname.lastname@example.org
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UKK emerged in the spring of 2002 as a reaction to cutbacks by the Ministry of Culture, which particularly affected the young art scene. At the time no one spoke on behalf of this group why a new organisation was necessary. Until 2018 the name of the organisation was “Young Artists, Curators and Art Mediators.” “Young” referred to a membership restraint running for fifteen years after graduation. Today artists, curators and art workers of any age can apply for a membership.