Program Oct. 7–13, 2019

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WEDNESDAY TO SATURDAY / Climate treasure hunt

Trampoline House is one of the stops on the climate treasure hunt around Nørrebro and Nordvest, which Klimaklubben has organized in conjunction with the C40 – World Mayors Summit in Copenhagen. Get on your bike and discover local climate measures and sustainable initiatives in Nørrebro and Nordvest. Register here. When: Oct. 9–12. Where: Trampoline House and other venues.

Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen,  The Floating Series  (2017- ongoing). Pigment print on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag, 60 x 45 cm. Edition 1/5 + 2AE

Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, The Floating Series (2017- ongoing). Pigment print on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag, 60 x 45 cm. Edition 1/5 + 2AE

FRIDAY / Guest visit by artist Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen in Democracy class

This Friday, visual artist Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen will visit the Democracy class to discuss his photo project The Floating Series with the participants. The series portrays the desperate situation of the many homeless migrants, who are living in the streets of the Parisian neighborhood Stalingrad. For two months, the artist went to this area to speak with people living there and took a series of photographs of people completely covered with blankets, imagining that it is when homeless migrants are able to sleep that they can metaphorically float away from their hopeless situation. Democracy class is open to everyone with special interest in politics and communication – just show up. When: Friday, Oct. 11, 2:30–4 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s small classroom.

Photo: Anna Emy

FRIDAY / Menstrual health workshop w/ WoMena in Women’s class

In Women’s class this Friday, we will have a workshop with the organization WoMena about menstrual health. How to tackle menstruation is a vital aspect for a woman’s education, economy, and health. However, many lack the means and knowledge on how to safely and properly deal with menstruation. This workshop will provide the solutions and instructions in using menstrual cups. When: Friday, Oct. 11, 4–6 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s small classroom.

Photo: Britta Thomsen

Photo: Britta Thomsen

SATURDAY / Movie and burgers in Women’s Club

Women’s Club was supposed to go on an excursion to the science center Experimentarium this Saturday. But as the house has to save money, we will watch a family movie and make our own burgers and french fries instead together with the children. When: Saturday, Oct. 12, 2–7 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s multizone.

Saba Bereket Persson,  THE UNSPOKEN – About unconscious discrimination  (2015/2019). Installation with mannequins, textile, and video, dimensions variable, video 16:58 min. Courtesy of the artist

Saba Bereket Persson, THE UNSPOKEN – About unconscious discrimination (2015/2019). Installation with mannequins, textile, and video, dimensions variable, video 16:58 min. Courtesy of the artist

SATURDAY / Free guided tour in the exhibition Threshold(s)

Trampoline House has its very own art gallery, CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics. Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in the center’s new exhibition Threshold(s), guest curated by the Malmö-based art historian and scholar Temi Odumosu. The exhibition engages with current immigration tensions and structural practices, but with a particular focus on the ‘inbetweenness’ of movement as a state of being, which produces critical knowledge. It invites audiences to reflect on what is happening at the thresholds of migration experiences. And asks, where is the place of belonging? When and how will things change? The tour is free, but admission to CAMP is DKK 40. You can also visit the exhibition on your own Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1–6 pm. When: Saturday, Oct. 12, 3–4 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s art gallery CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics.

Oct. 26 / Cooking workshop with Sisters Cuisine

Sign up for this amazing cooking workshop and learn how to make traditional Moroccan couscous from the two skilled Sisters Cuisine chefs, Cherie and Nabila. We will make couscous, orange pomegranate salad, and briwat with nuts and honey served with Moroccan tea. The sisters will take you through all the steps and will answer questions about life as a refugee woman in Denmark while you are cooking. We will eat together at the end, and you will receive a free Sisters Cuisine apron and any left overs to take home. When: Oct. 26, 3–7 pm. Where: Trampoline House. Price: DKK 425. Register here before Oct. 21. All profits go to Trampoline House’s activities for asylum-seeking and refugee children.

Photo: Michala Clante Bendixen

NEXT WEEK / Closed for the Autumn holiday

Trampoline House will be closed all next week from Monday, Oct. 14 to Sunday, Oct. 20 during the Autumn holiday. Happy holidays and see you the week after.