Program Sept. 30–October 6, 2019

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Photo: Viktoria Steinhart

Photo: Viktoria Steinhart

WEDNESDAY / New journalism and communication workshop

Trampoline House's newsletter, The Trampoline Times, is back! Join our new workshops on journalism and communication every Wednesday in October and November. It is your chance to practice your skills in writing, making mobile videos, and expressing your ideas and opinions in public. You don't need any experience to participate. Just bring your pen, your phone, and your voice! When: Wednesdays 2:30–3:30 pm (October and November). Where: Trampoline House's big classroom.

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 educational 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, Oct. 2, 5–6:30 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom. Click to read more. Everyone is welcome, but please register here.When: Tuesday, Sept. 24, 5–6:39 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s café.

Photo: Britta Thomsen

Photo: Britta Thomsen

FRIDAY / Democracy class about the double-faced Western democracy

This Friday, the participants in Trampoline House’s Democracy class will be discussing the two faces of Western democracy together with guest teacher Muhannad. Democracy class is open to everyone with special interest in politics and communication – just show up. When: Friday, Oct. 4, 2:30–4 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s small classroom.

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. During the lecture, she explains the different phases in the Danish asylum system, how asylum claims are being assessed, 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. Everyone is welcome, but please register here. When: Friday, Oct. 4, 4–6 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom.

FRIDAY / Opening of the group exhibition Threshold(s) and party

Join us for the opening party of the group exhibition Threshold(s) in Trampoline House’s art gallery CAMP, and hear guest curator Temi Odumosu talk about her ideas behind the exhibition. There will also be live performances by artists and musicians. Presenting some of Scandinavia’s most exciting artists, thinkers, and activists – Pia Arke, Michelle Eistrup, Yong Sun Gullach, Luanda Carneiro Jacoel, and Saba Bereket Persson – the exhibition explores experiences of displacement and exile by considering how people and their memories ‘crossover’ and then inhabit land, culture, identities, structures, and even language. The opening includes community dinner in Trampoline House and a party with DJs and bar until midnight. Click here to see the full program. Everyone is welcome, but please register here. When: Friday, Oct. 4, 6 pm–12 am. Where: Trampoline House and CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics.

Photo: Michelle Eistrup,  BeLONGING Vexillum  (2016). 6 x framed color photos, 74 x 109 cm. Courtesy of the artist

Photo: Michelle Eistrup, BeLONGING Vexillum (2016). 6 x framed color photos, 74 x 109 cm. 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. When: Saturday, Oct. 5, 3–4 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s art gallery CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics.