Something inside me – they call it a poetic self – is finally asked to unveil, to show, to develop itself. It has always been there, been part of me, but nobody ever asked it specifically to come to the surface.

It is even closer to my true self than so many aspects of my being that I show and act out in everyday life.

I love that it is authentic. I love that it is asked for in this process. I love that it can take any shape, form and expression.

I am ready to be surprised by it and to be taken to new hidden places within myself.

It feels like the most authentic and precious part of myself. I am content that it is given a voice within Sisters Academy.

I am happy to share it with you and to be touched by you in return.

Reconnecting to myself, to you and to the environment through awareness of the senses.

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Sisters Hope has been invited to the ‘Kultursalon på Marienborg’ August 30th by the Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, and the Minister of Culture, Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen, to discuss the state of art and culture in the wake of COVID-19. Among many important topics we would like to stress the ongoing climate challenge and how art and culture can support a more sustainable future – both in terms of the mental, societal, and environmental ecology.