LAIMA NOMEIKAITE (LT)
Laima Nomeikaite (LT) is a city planner and human geographer, engaged at The Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) since 2016. She has a master's degree in human geography with a particular focus on heritage, tourism and local/regional development from the University of Bergen.
In recent years she has worked on a variety of projects related to culture, urban development, heritage research and urban planning. She has experience from diverse planning processes in the field of urban planning, including public consultation, policy recommendations, implementation and management of municipal and commercial developments. She has carried out projects related to policy impact assessments, concept development, location analysis and land-use planning. Her main work experience in the heritage field is related to research and urban planning projects aimed at the planning and management of cultural heritage and the use of cultural heritage as a cultural, political, societal and economic resource.
She is particularly interested in the interlink between heritage, arts, city and space/place.
Laima Nomeikaite « Street art, heritage and embodiment», 2017 (Article is under the review process)
Laima Nomeikaite «Gatekunst er kulturarv», forsking.no, Februar, 2017
Laima Nomeikaite «Culture and community», Selisian Museum, Katowice, Januar, 2017
Katja Bratseth and Laima Nomeikaite «Oslo Trenger Blå», Morgenbladet, 22-. Juli, 2016
Herdis, Hølland and Laima Nomeikaite «Utviklingspilot for Nasjonal Besøksundersøkelse for Verdensarvsteder» NIKU rapport for verdensarvspilot, 2016.
Grete Swensen and Laima Nomeikaite «Interpretation of Museums’ Role in Heritage Tourism. A Case Study of the Telemark Canal» (Article is in preparation)
Jim Denovan, Laima Nomeikaite, Luisa Ambrosio «WORLD HERITAGE & CULTURAL TOURISM - INCLUSIVE APPROACHES TO DISSONANT HERITAGE & CONFLICTING INTERPRETATION. MISSION LODGE PROPOSED WORLD HERITAGE SITE NOMINATION», ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Committee report for Seychelles Ministry of Tourism and Culture, November, 2015.
Laima Nomeikaite and Kari Hope (Plan Vest). “Stedsanalyse Vikebygd Landskapspark”, Vikebygd Landskapspark, Hardanger, Mai, 2015.
Laima Nomeikaite ”Cultural heritage and organizing capacity. A case study of Allariz town, Northwestern Spain”. International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development. Vol.2, Nr.1, 2012, s.51-64.
Laima Nomeikaite and Knut Lindkvist “Conceptualization of cultural heritage for development”, Department of Geography, University of Bergen, Norway, 2012.
Laima Nomeikaite, Master dissertation “Cultural Heritage- led Local Economic Development with a Particular Focus on the Organizing Capacity: A Case Study of Allariz Town, Northwestern Spain”, Department of Geography, University of Bergen, September, 2011.
Laima Nomeikaite “Local economic development through heritage tourism”.”Revista Turismo & Desenvolvimento”, ISSN 1645-9261, Vol. 3,. S. 13-14, 2010.
Our at-a-glance program of keynote speeches, presentations, panel debates and workshops
(VIDEO) Artist Ian Strange discusses his career and work to date with Jan Zahl, Arts Editor at Stavanger Aftenblad newspaper.
(VIDEO) Keynote speech by Mikkel Bolt (DK)
(VIDEO) Artist presentations by Carrie Reichardt (UK) and Igor Ponosov (RU) followed by a Q&A session with Evan Pricco (US).
(VIDEO) Artist presentation by Bahia Shehab (EG)
(VIDEO) Brave: Nuart × Amnesty International present the case of Human Rights activist Sakris Kupila
(VIDEO) Presentations by Adrian Burnham (UK), Pascal Feucher (DE) and Addam Yekutieli aka Know Hope (IL) Followed by a panel debate led by Carlo McCormick
(VIDEO) Creating New Cultural Heritage and "Rights to the City"
Presentations by Laima Nomeikaite (LT), Javier Abarca (ES), Emma Arnold (CA) and Susan Hansen (UK)
Join Berlin-based ad-buster and artist Vermibus for a multimedia presentation about his unique brand of activism.
The latest installment of Nuart’s legendary Fight Club, established in 2012 as a way to introduce difficult topics in a more relaxed environment condusive to publ...
Artist Ian Strange discusses his career and work to date with Jan Zahl, Arts Editor at Stavanger Aftenblad newspaper
Join us for Day 1 of the Nuart Plus program, all events are free unless otherwise stated
The film that asks the question: ‘What would you do if you woke up one morning and found a million dollar Banksy spray-painted on the side of your building?’
Nuart x Amnesty International present the case of Human Right's activist Sakris Kupila
Join us for Day 2 of the Nuart Plus program, all events are free unless otherwise stated
Take part in a unique mosaic workshop with artist Carrie Reichardt - and produce an outdoor mural at this year’s Nuart Festival!
Essay by Nuart founder and curator Martyn Reed that sets the theme and tone of this years event
by Susan Hansen
By Pedro Soares Neves
By Javier Abarca
Pop culture critic, curator and Senior Editor of PAPER magazine
Cultural geographer and doctoral research fellow at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo
Artist, researcher and educator in the fields of graffiti and street art
City planner and human geographer, engaged at The Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) since 2016
Art historian and political theorist, employed as a lecturer in cultural history at the Department of Arts and Culture, University of Copenhagen
Founder and manager of Urban Spree in Berlin, Germany
Researcher, designer, urbanist and co-creator of Lisbon Street Art & Urban Creativity international research topic
Convenor of the Visual Methods Group and Chair of the Forensic Psychology Research Group in the Department of Psychology at Middlesex University, London