Tommy Svensson

Sweden’s Music and Culture School Counsel Annual Meeting

The City of Trollhättan and the Culture and Leisure and Recreation Services Department has invited the Swedish Music and Culture School Council (SMoK) to hold its annual national conference in Trollhättan 2016.

The aim of the conference is to bring people together who are working in the field, to share experiences, build networks, and to acquaint themselves with R&D within the field. The conference is usually attended by over 200 participants from north to south.

Trollhättan has through its focus on N3 been discussed a lot all over Sweden. During its now three-year long history we have welcomed a large number of visitors from different parts of the country. They have all been interested in understanding how we think about the future of the culture school and how we turn our know-how into practical action.

Having the opportunity to show our business in a larger context, gives us an excellent opportunity to continue to put Trollhättan on display as a town at the forefront of aesthetic development for young people.

Our journey has just begun.

Viveca Dalhammar

From the cradle of Swedish industry a green technology city has emerged. Environmental technology is an important area where Trollhättan is on the forefront. We have won several prizes in this area, including His Majesty the King’s Environmental Award 1996.

Eva Grönberg

The Swedish-Municipal Engineering Association is a nonprofit association that was founded in 1902 and whose purpose it is to promote development and education, cooperation and information about the social structure. I have been a member of the Association for over 15 years now.

Joachim Nywall

In the spring of 2013 Trollhättan hosted “the Picture of the Year 2013” – a prestigious event that attracted around 500 people.