From February 8 - 9, 2019, there will be a Norteas pedagogical seminar, hosted by the Malmö Theatre Academy.
This seminar marks the conclusion of a two year collaborative project The Sustainable Theatre Artist. The project has circulated around sustainability in the broadest meaning of the term, from ecology through artistic methods and personal endurance to professional entrepreneurship. We have offered express courses, online lectures, seminars and discursive programmes with teachers and students and a big intensive course.
Here we want to focus on pedagogical strategies that promote the sustainability of the student. We have looked within the network for contributions to the seminar and hopefully we all can find meaningful encounters and sharing during the two day seminar.
Registrationlink is no longer active. In case you wish to participate but did not reach the deadline on January 18th, please contact coordinator Hanna W. Grue to find out if registration is still possible. You can find her on mail: email@example.com.
OUTLINE OF PROGRAMME
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH
13.00: Informal peer to peer time for attending teachers hosted by Malmö teachers within following four teaching disciplines:
15.30: Official opening of the Seminar
16.00: Key note speaker Susanne Oosten
17.00: Short break
17.15: Student led dialogue rooms (content will be published later)
19.00: Joint dinner for all students and teachers attending the seminar.
21.00: Showcases from student work made during NORTEAS Exchange, an international programme at THM during the week
22.00: End of official Friday-programme
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH
9.00: Joint warm-up supplemented with coffee and croissants
9.30: Talks by Ulf Friberg, Tine Damborg and Kent Sjöström
10.30: Talks by Peter Melin, Alexander Roberts and Steinunn Knútsdottír
11.30: Talks by Dorthe Koch and Egill Ingibergsson
12.15: Lunch break
13.15: Workshops (check document above)
16.30: Official closing of the Seminar
17.30: Sandwich and general mingle time
18.30: Lights out
Rooms at Hotel Scandic have been pre-booked. This hotel is located within a walking distance to the meeting venues and the train station. You are of course welcome to search other options. Here is how you would book in our selected hotel:
Hotel Scandic Triangeln:
Booking of rooms is done by calling Scandic Triangeln 040 693 47 00, or email to Triangeln@scandichotels.com
Enter reservation code: BTEA080219
The prebooking including a negotiated rate will be held until 10 January.
Price: approximately 102 EUR single room/ night including breakfast or 125 EUR double room / night including breakfast
HOW TO GET TO THERE?
Transportation to Malmö
Transportation from the airport to Malmö Theatre Academy:
Take the Öresundståg from track 1 to Malmö.
Get of at Triangeln (second stop after the bridge) and exit the north entrance.
Or type Bergsgatan 31 in your map app.