SEMINAR 19

Sense it ... Don't tell it! (vol.2)
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SENSE IT … DON’T TELL IT!   (VOL. 2)

SEMINAR19   is 2 days with fire, smoke, and delicious food in the company of good experienced people
SEMINAR19   is built on a phenomenological principle… no dry speeches, just concrete examples
SEMINAR19   shows new sensuous ways to involve the local society in performative works
SEMINAR19   offers you to try out the same things as the audience
SEMINAR19   gives out experience within relational and phenomenological aesthetics and transformational economy
SEMINAR19   shows theory in practice from cultural institutions in Iceland, Sweden, Latvia and Denmark
SEMINAR19   is sensous ways to share knowledge about following topics:

  • Suburb of the future. What can we provide in the Suburb?
  • Outreach to new types of audiences via creative workshops (try outs)
  • Knowledge about working with schoolkids/youngster (live showcase New Nordic Ritual workshop, kids panel telling the truth)
  • Collaborating with the municipalities lifting the organisations financially to be able to create greater art festivals and projects
  • From our shared experiences design our own personal manual for a concrete strategy to bring home (Next Level)

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FRIDAY, DEC 6th 2019
6.00 pm – 7.00 pm
THE ARRIVAL
The seminar participants arrive.
Welcome ritual

FRIDAY DEC 6th
7.00 pm – 7.30 pm
HESTEMØG & TANDSMØR
TRAKTOR test-show (performance in process)

Presented live by:
Cellist Live Johansson, accordionplayer Nicolai Kornerup, trapezduo Mira Leonard & Esmeralda Nikolajeff and videoartist & singer Tine Louise Kortermand
(See short video-presentation of the artists former works)

FRIDAY DEC 6th
7.30 pm – 9.00 pm

WOW – Words of Witness
by Susanne Danig / BIRCA Bornholm (DK)  >>

Eating & then creating.
(eating and using the Words of Witness-methode)

Food created by Crazy Cook Rachel

AND THE NEXT DAY …

SATURDAY DEC 7th
8.00 – 9.00
BREAKFAST & MORNINGSONG

SATURDAY DEC 7th
9.10 – 9.30
CLEVER KIDS & OLD MEN
by Tine Louise Kortermand / Nordic Performance Art (DK)  >>

Using the tractor as a vehicle of art in the countryside.
Outreach to new types of audiences via creative workshops.
Knowledge about working with schoolkids/youngster.

SATURDAY DEC 7th
9.30-9.50
ART FOR EVERYONE
by Elfa Lilja Gísladóttir / List fyrir alla (IS)  >>

Giving  all children and youth equal opportunities in experiencing diverse and elaborate art events.

Short sensory based intermission by Simona Orinska

SATURDAY DEC 7th
9.50 – 10.10
A! FESTIVAL
by Guðrún Þórsdóttir / A! Festival  (IS)  >>

How to strengthen the local art and performance community.

SATURDAY DEC 7th
10.10 – 10.50
RADIO LIVE TRANSMISSION ”Should I be worried?” (workshop)

Tine Louise Kortermand and Elfa Lilja Gísladóttir in the live studio. Dilemmas for the seminar participants to be solved. Words for the design-wall

BREAK (put on your walking boots and raincoat)

SATURDAY DEC 7th
11.00 – 11.30
WALK OVER THE STREAM – the stoneage entering the suburb of the future

by Trine Hedegaard Jensen / Faaborg Midtfyn Kommune  >>

Walking, seeing and listening
Polymeren and around – Transformation.
From the bare field to a city
“Suburb of the future” – past, present and future

SATURDAY DEC 7th
11.30-12.00
Meeting ants and other rural inhabitants
Secret Hotel / Christine Fentz (DK)  >>
A few elements from “Walking Lecture on Ants”,
however without ants, as they are now hibernating…
Seeing human beings in connection with other beings.
http://www.secrethotel.dk

Photo: Martin Dam Kristensen

SATURDAY DEC 7th
12.00 – 13.00
THE LUNCH TREE
food created by the crazy cook Rachel

SATURDAY DEC 7th
13.00 – 13.20
CHAPS & CARS
by Inge Agnete Tarpgaard (DK)  >>

Building up a studio and exhibition space in an old kitchenware shop in the Western Jutland.
After 12 years in the capital she moved to the countryside. It has changed her themes and content in her projects.

 

 

SATURDAY DEC 7th
13.20 – 13.45
OVERVIEW OVER EUROPE
by Susanne Danig / BIRCA, Bornholm (DK)  >>

Short story about concrete Rural European projects made in 2018-19
Compare the EU stories to her own project on Bornholm

Short sensory based intermission by Simona Orinska

SATURDAY DEC 7th
13.45 – 14.00
DISCO REMEDY  – A headphone Meditation
by Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt (S)  >>

15 min headphone meditation
(bring your own headphones and mobilphone)

 

SATURDAY DEC 7th
14.00 – 14.25
Strategy for local culture
by Lars Seeberg (DK)   >>

As the chairman of the Committee for Performing Arts Project Funding
Lars Seeberg is working on a national strategy for supporting local culture

Short sensory based intermission by Simona Orinska

SATURDAY DEC 7th
14.30 – 15.00 (incl. 10 min dancing)
build local community based culture.
Dancing, telling and building stories
by Else Mathiassen (DK)  >>

Former principal from Vestjyllands Højskole Else Mathiassen gives her story about how she has build local community based culture.

 

SATURDAY DEC 7th
15.00 – 15.30
build local community based culture.
Telling and building stories
by Tyge Mortensen (DK)  >>

principal from Landsbyhøjskolen Tyge Mortensen gives his story about how she has build local community based culture.

Short sensory based intermission by Simona Orinska

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY DEC 7th
15.40 – 16.00
WHATS GOING ON OUT THERE?
by coordinator of Art in Rural European Areas – Henk Keizer  >>

Henk Keizer gives us an report from the European Informal Theatre Meetings
rural group and from Art in Rural European Areas.
Summing up, comparing to our own projects.

 

SATURDAY DEC 7th
16.40 – 17.40
STRATEGY FOR LOCAL CULTURE

Workshop lead by Tine Louise Kortermand

”What do you want to develop?”
Feedback and words on the design wall
Design a visual manual for a concrete strategy to bring home

 

 

SATURDAY DEC 7th
18.00 – 19.00
FOOD AND FIRE CRACKERS
by crazy cook Rachel

 

AND THE NEXT DAY …

SUNDAY DEC. 8th
9 am – 12 am
IN REAL LIFE Performance practices by

Simona Orinska a.o.
Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt
Eva Svaneblom
Benedikte Esperi
Marcella Quinchavil Steen
Else Mathiassen a.o.

 

 

Our first SEMINAR in 2017 was built on a phenomenological principle; Sense it … Don’t tell it!
Cultural institutions from Spain, England, Norway, Finland and Denmark shared experiences within relational and phenomenological aesthetics and transformational economy.

Thoughts behind SEMINAR17 and SEMINAR19 (in Danish) >>

 

The seminar, production and touring of TRACTOR – New Nordic Rituals is supported by
Nordic Culture Fund, International activities, The Danish Arts Foundation – Music Dramatic Committee, The Committee for Visual Arts, the Augustinus Foundation, the Danish Composers’ Association / Koda Culture / with support from KODA Culture, A.P. Møller and Wife Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller Foundation, Faaborg-Midtfyn Municipality, Odense Municipality/Open School, Obelske Family Fund, Nordea-fund, The Danish Arts Foundation’s House Arts Committee, .

Nordic cooperation between
Nordic Performance Art (DK), A! Performance Festival (IS), List fyrir alla (IS) and Riga Performance Festival (LV) / with support from Nordic Culture Point OPstart .