T-House program, Mar. 4–10, 2019

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SPECIAL EVENT THIS WEEK: International Women's Day in Trampoline House

Welcome to International Women's Day in Trampoline House. We hope many will attend the event, which will focus on women who do not have the same opportunities as women with Danish citizenship. Women who don't have the same rights even though we live "under the same roof'' and live in the same country: refugees, migrants, asylum seekers. The event is organized by intersectional feminist Mica Oh in collaboration with women from Trampoline House. Click here to read more

All events in Trampoline House are for free, and everyone is welcome. However, we’d really appreciate it if you’d help us get an idea of how many people to expect by filling out this form: www.trampolinehouse.dk/sign-up-special-event



HOUSE MEETING: Planning meeting for Sjælsmark + Avnstrup campaign 

This Tuesday, Mar. 5, from 4–5:30 pm, we will devote the house meeting to the campaign for change for rejected asylum seekers in deportation center Sjælsmark and departure center Avnstrup. We are inviting all the people, who are fighting to change conditions to a planning meeting in Trampoline House. Click here to read more

INFO MEETING: How to volunteer or do an internship

Are you thinking about volunteering or doing an internship in Trampoline House? Or are you a researcher or cultural producer, who would like to do research or make a project in the house? Then join this information meeting on Wednesday, Mar. 6, from 5–6:30 pm, where you will learn how. Click here to read more

FREE: Guided tour in art center CAMP

Did you know that Trampoline House has its own exhibition space? Join us this Saturday, Mar. 9, from 3–4 pm and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more. Click to read more

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NEW: Language workshop 

Every Friday from 1–2 pm, you can get help with your homework, translation of documents, grammatical questions, and much more. We will also practice conversation as well as writing and reading comprehension, etc. The class is open for both beginners, intermediate, and advanced level speakers. Please stop by!

DEMOCRACY CLASS: The Russian Revolution

The Democracy class takes place every Friday from 2:30–4 pm and is open to people with special interest in politics and communication. This season, Democracy class will analyze a series of revolutions that changed the world. On Friday, Mar. 8, JC will give a presentation about the Russian Revolution. See what next Friday's topic is in Trampoline House calendar