Teach Each Other Mondays Season 3
Teach Each Other Mondays, B&W’s platform for non-hierarchical knowledge sharing across all fields of art, ended the first half of its third season in November 2022 with a Fluid Jul celebration. We met without a planned program, and enjoyed a morning of surprises with our guests.
TEOM will be back in 2023, starting March 6. These are the artists we are planning with so far:
March 6: Nadja Bounenni
March 13: Tove Vestmø
March 20: Cirkeline Dahl Bondesen
March 27: Victor Vidal
April 17: Nomi Lauridsen
April 24: Daniel Norbäck
May 1: B&Ws Kunstnernens Internationale Kampdag
May 8: We are working on a surprise for you …
Check all the dates in our calendar, the details on Facebook, and sign up here.
Interested? Get in touch with B&W at firstname.lastname@example.org
Read about background and history of TEOM here.
Thanks to our International Artists in Residence in 2022
B&W received funding from Statens Kunstfond to invite some of our favorite international artists for a residency and a Teach Each Other Monday each. Dani Ploeger spent a week filled with art in Copenhagen in October 2022.
Margaret Dragu from Canada and Mark Boombastik from Germany were part of our program in the spring.
Special Event: Workshop with Thorsten Bihegue at Forsøgsstationen
We are happy to collaborate with our hosts at Forsøgsstationen in advertising this workshop with German youth-theatre-director Thorsten Bihegue on April 26. The workshop and lecture poses the pseudo-philosophical, pseudo-aesthetical, pseudo-theatrical question „What is the perfect theatre?“ In their workshop they aim to create some parameters for these big essential questions: the perfect sound, the perfect setting, the perfect feeling, the perfect movement, the perfect dialogue, and – who knows – maybe at the end the perfect theatre gives us a gentle hint. Registration by email: email@example.com no later than April 20.
The workshop is free of charge.