Program Sept. 2–8, 2019

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Photo: Anna Emy

Photo: Anna Emy

WEDNESDAY / Info meeting on 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 our monthly information meeting, where you will learn how. When: Wednesday, Sept. 4, 5–6:30 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom. Click to read more. The event is free, and everyone is welcome, but please register here.

Photo: Lars Vibild

Photo: Lars Vibild

FRIDAY / New class for refugee families

In addition to individual family counseling, Trampoline House has launched a new Family class that offers information, support, and advice to refugee parents. The class takes place every first Friday of the month from 3–4 pm. It is very challenging to uphold a healthy family life in the stressfull asylum centers or when you have just been granted residence permit and everything is new to you. Many refugee parents and their children suffer from stress, anxiety, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which affect the mental health of the families. In the Family class, we organize presentations and group discussions that can help refugee parents create healthy family routines and improve communication between the family members. When: Friday, Sept. 6, 3–4 pm. Where: Trampoline House's counseling office.

Photo: Michala Clante Bendixen

Photo: Michala Clante Bendixen

FRIDAY / Free lecture about the Danish asylum system

This Friday, you can attend a free lecture on the Danish asylum system by Michala Clante Bendixen from Refugees Welcome. At the lecture, she explains the different phases in the Danish asylum system, how asylum claims are being assessed, and how many people arrive in Denmark, and who is accepted or rejected. After the lecture, you're welcome to join our community dinner and monthly party. Please sign up here, so we know how many people to expect: https://www.trampolinehouse.dk/sign-up-info-meeting. When: Friday, Sept 6, 4–6 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom.

FRIDAY / Party

Every first Friday of the month, Trampoline House hosts an awesome evening with community dinner, special events, bar, music and dancing. 🥳Dinner is free for asylum seekers, but we encourage everyone else to make a donation of DKK 20. Program
6–7 pm: Community dinner
7:30–8:30 pm: Special event (TBA)
8:30–12 am: Bar & Dancing with in-house DJs
When: Friday, Sept 6, 6 pm–12 am. Where: Trampoline House’s multizone.

Video still from  Chauka, Please Tell Us the Time  (2017)

Video still from Chauka, Please Tell Us the Time (2017)

SATURDAY / Literature and film event about refugee detention politics!

In conjunction with the exhibition Homeless Souls, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is hosting a literature and film event curated by Trampoline House’s art space CAMP on Sept. 7. Experience author and human rights advocate Behrouz Boochani, who via Skype will talk about his award-winning novel No Friend But the Mountains which was written in the form of text messages from one of Australia's infamous asylum centers, Manus Island detention facility. Filmmaker Arash Kamali Sarvestani will be present to introduce Chauka, Please Tell Us the Time, the film he and Behrouz Boochani made together using Behrouz’ cell phone footage from Manus Island. There will also be a screening of the film Cast Away Souls about the Danish deportation center Sjælsmark, directed by asylum activist Stanley Edward, German filmmaker Markus Fiedler, and Danish visual artists Nanna Katrine Hansen and Thomas Elsted, followed by a Q & A facilitated by author Liv Nimand Duvå on similarities between Australian and Danish refugee policies. The event is free with Louisiana admission. Click here to reserve a seat. When: Saturday, Sept. 7, 1–5:30 pm. Where: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk.