Program Sept. 9–15, 2019

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Photo: Useful Art for Communities

Photo: Useful Art for Communities

TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY / Art workshop

Tuesday and Wednesday this week, Spanish artist Beatriz Gonzalez Rodriguez from Useful Art for Communities will visit Trampoline House and make an art installation from recycled plastic in collaboration with adults and children from the house. Giant S.O.S letters will be made out of flowers made of plastic waste. The message is made out of plastic waste to stress the connection between refugees crossing the Mediterranean Sea and the huge amount of plastic found in it. Everyone is invited to participate! When: Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1–4 pm and Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2:30–5:30 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s Multizone.

Photo: Lars Vibild

Photo: Lars Vibild

FRIDAY / Women’s Class on refugee motherhood

In Women’s Class on Friday, we will have a workshop with Children’s Club coordinator, Sara Ipsen, about refugee motherhood. What can you as a mother do to best support your child in the asylum system when you can’t give your child what it needs the most: residence permit? How do you as a mother help your child to integrate and forget about the traumas of the camp after you have received residence permit?
 There will be translation to Arabic, Farsi, and Danish. When: Friday, Sept. 13, 4–6 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s small classroom.