If you are between 11 and 16 years old and are interested in diversity and equality, we have just the thing for you: our free poster workshop. Together we immerse ourselves in the world of different cultures, traditions and justice. We get creative and design posters on topics such as diversity and women's rights. We provide all required materials, such as paints, paper, magazines and photos, free of charge. We are looking forward to your participation! No previous knowledge required. The event is open to everyone, regardless of German language skills. Especially for young people with experience of flight, migration and/or racism.
G.Connection’s offering is aimed at young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who have experienced flight, migration and/or racism. Participation is free. At G.Connection you will learn the basics of hip hop dance. According to the motto “Each One Teach One”, you can exchange and expand your skills, knowledge and attitude. G.Connection also trains with participants for occasional appearances on various stages.
Friday, 15.09. 15:00–18:00
Saturday, 16.09. 10:00–16:00
From the head through the microphone into the heart of society:
In this workshop you will make your voice heard! With the help of Dean Ruddock, you create material for a podcast about your favorite places in the city: bunker or harbor? City park or Elbe beach? Together we do interviews, short reports and exploration tours, which we record on the recording device. The result should be a radio show or podcast episode in which participants reflect on public spaces: What needs to change so that you feel comfortable in the city? What places do you like to be? Why?
with Elena Victoria Pastor
BÜHNE is a cartography based on interviews with artists and cultural managers in Hamburg who are not of German origin or who work with the diaspora. BÜHNE is a zine, printed in two versions of 100 copies each, in German and English. It is a meeting, an unfinished roadmap, a dialogue and a collective review within the framework of the B.A.L.L. Nationwide Artist Laboratory of the laboratories at Kampnagel-Hamburg, 2023.
Saturday, 23.09. 11:00–12:30
Sunday, 24.09. 11:00–17:00
In this workshop, Portuguese performer Juliana Oliveira shares techniques and methods from her artistic practice. The focus is on dealing with text on stage. In the first part of the workshop we try out various exaggerated and excessive strategies for using text on stage. In the second part, we develop short stage scenes based on private photos and using techniques from improvisational theater and choreography. We are concerned with what and how we read (in) photos. We productively implement codex, role models, classifications, familiar and unfamiliar things in order to develop the narrative tension of the images.
As part of an app that JAJAJA has developed in cooperation with the University of Bamberg and whose release is scheduled for autumn 2023, the task "Nopping" is the basis of our workshop, which we want to implement with Hajusom on 5.09. with pupils from grade 8. Nopping (from English-no shopping) is a neologism / new word for not shopping or rather shopping without shopping, but making new experiences in our world of goods.
The supermarket is the appropriate public space for this activity.
Here is the link to the ATOPIC.APP page with more information and download: https://atopic.app/
mit Parichehr Bijani