Sisters Hope presented at the NPU conference in Norway to share our thoughts and experiences with audience participation. Working with deep impact through participation. NPU – Norsk Publikumsutvikling is a network for practitioners within culture and the arts focusing on audience development.
Earlier this month we unfolded our perspective on the relationship between the poetic and the ecological mind at the symposium Mind the Gap at BLOX. Between the sensuous and the sustainable. We are thankful that Den Tredje Natur has invited us to continue the co-exploration of a potential future for this planet at their Mind the Gap-tour around the country in December. Meet us in Lolland, Vejle and Holstebro. Get tickets…
We have seeded a Sensuous Society as part of the British arts programme Seeding Art Currency curated by Janine Sykes at East Street Arts.
We will present our sensuous performance-methods at Holbæk Kunsthøjskole later this fall. For more info on the event go here.
Along with Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, we have been invited to unfold our collaboration and the impact it has had on the entire field at Hotel Pro Forma‘s CPH Breakfast. See more here.
Later this month, we will unfold our perspective on the relationship between the poetic and the ecological mind. Between the sensuous and the sustainable. We will not only envision this but explore it through our methods. We will explore with renowned scientists, politicians and makers from different fields. This will go down at BLOXat the symposium Mind the Gap. We are thankful to Den Tredje Natur for this fine invitation…
Last month we had an audience with the Cultural Affairs Committee of the Danish Parliament. We presented our work and a proposal to implement a new fund for projects and initiatives in the intersection of art, education and research.
Earlier this year, we travelled to Beijing, China to present our work and introduce our sensuous learning methods through a workshop as a part of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering which explored the theme of ‘Towards the Unknown: Imagining the Future’. Seeds were planted, and we are excited and hopeful about our future fairs and activities in the East.
We will facilitate two workshops as an introduction to our programme at Ryslinge Højskole in the spring of 2019. They will take place respectively on the 20th of October at Ryslinge Højskole and on November 2nd at Udviklingsplatformen for scenekunst in Copenhagen. See details for the workshop at Ryslinge Højskole here and see details for the workshop at Udviklingsplatformen here.
Sisters Hope will workshop at VKR (Vardes kulturelle rygsæk) again in the spring of 2019. VKR is an initiative for children and adolescence between the age of 5 and 16, and the intention is to introduce them to different artistic and cultural genres.