Biennale programme 2020
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Communitas -CAMP and Trampoline House
Wich potential public art institutions – educational and museological – hold to contribute to unpacking and producing resolutions to the global urgencies.
Communitas -Rachel Tess
Through the lecture IS THIS IT? Tess shares her perspective on community and social/interactive artistic practices for young audiences through the works Reflective Nebula and Den Kosmiska Havsträdgårdspassagen.
Creating possibilities and co-creating artistic work
For children and youth with complex needs. Key note by Ellie Griffiths, Oily Cart theatre with special guest speaker Fiona Ferguson, Imaginate.
Danspodden Isadora talks to Ásrún Magnúsdóttir
Danspodden Isadora talks to Ásrún Magnúsdóttir, choreographer for Listening Party, about her artistic work, community dance and about working with participating youths in different countries.
Fika med Bibu - Climate Crisis and Impact of International Touring
Carbon footprint and environmental impact is becoming a primary concern in creating, producing, presenting and touring international performing arts productions.
Fika med Bibu - Performing arts for youth in Pakistan
Performing arts for youth in Pakistan - presentation and discussion with aspects on gender issues and women´s place within the field.
Fika with Bibu and the international council
Fika with Bibu and the international council for Bibu 2020 - about their selection process and discussions on international performing arts for children and youth.
Finding other methods - talk
A discussion about cultural identity and if dance contains common denominators. If we are characterized by places and methods. If there is an artistic essence.
Finding other methods - workshop
This workshop invites dancers from Sweden and Cuba to a shared practice. Artistic methods from various viewpoints are researched and evaluated, exploring cultural identity, the personal and the cultural and if there is an artistic essence.
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The project Scen:se – about creating arts experiences for children and youth with complex needs
MELO Collective’s creative processes with playful tools
Playful dance and movement exercises that require no prior knowledge; confidence exercises and creative collaborative exercises in collaboration with (live) music.
Moving from ”Play” to ”The Play” and back again: teachers and theatre-makers in collaboration
The theory and practice behind various modes of access to performance for audiences with complex needs
Neighbours around the Baltic Sea - playwrights as important carriers of messages reflecting society
"Neighbours" is a playwright´s project to investigate an experienced lack of knowledge between neighbours across the Baltic Sea. In this presentation and reading we will share our work with you!
Next Generation presentation Placemaking
For the 2020 Bibu Next Generation Residency we have worked with ”placemaking” as a theme. Placemaking is a multi-faceted approach to the planning, design and management of public spaces.
Playful Tiger – to make a performance accessible
About artistic decisions behind making a version of an existing production for a new audience group - children and young people who where profoundly autistic and mainly non-verbal.
The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother
The jury's choice international
This high-energy performance exposes the inherent narcissism that is at the centre of motherhood and how this becomes a burden to the child embarking on adulthood.
Why international co-operation?
Why do we need to reach out for more and what can we gain from working abroad?