In addition to our regular program, Trampoline House is proud to invite the public to 2 special events this week:
- Info meeting on how to volunteer/do an internship in Trampoline House (Wed., 5–6:30 pm)
- Opening of the exhibition The Dividing Line: Film and Performance About Border Control and Border Crossing in Trampoline House's exhibition space (Fri., 5–11 pm). The opening program looks as follows:
5:15–5:25 pm: Welcome by CAMP’s directors
5:30–6 pm: Exhibition contributor George Kurian (filmmaker & photojournalist from India / Turkey) talks about and shows clips from his film The Crossing (2015), which documents the dangerous migration route of a group of Syrian women, men, and children to Europe
6–6:30 pm: For the Right to Have Rights! (part 1), a performance by Castaway souls of Sjælsmark/Denmark (group of rejected asylum seekers from the Danish deportation center Sjælsmark) on how Danish society tackles its ‘undesirables’
6:30–7:30 pm: Exhibition viewing and soup kitchen
7:30–8 pm: For the Right to Have Rights! (part 2), a performance by Castaway souls of Sjælsmark/Denmark
8–11 pm: Party w/ DJs from Trampoline House’s Women’s Club and DJ Kipanga
- Program changes: Because of the exhibition opening, Michala Clante Bendixen's monthly introduction to the Danish asylum system is cancelled this month.
And please make a note of next week's big event on March 11: A support concert for Trampoline House at the music place Loppen, Christiania, with ♬ KAKA ♬ Rytteriet ♬ MAMBE ♬ TAMALA ♬ LA FOLIE CREW ♬. Read more and buy your ticket at: https://www.facebook.com/events/183492305349534/
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