Sister Hope is extremely excited and proud to present: “Sisters Hope’s Performance Methods – Sensuous Learning” as a full time programme at Ryslinge Højskole, spring 2019! For the first time it is possible for everyone to receive training in our unique methodology, “The Sisters Performance Method – Sensuous Learning” which has so far mainly been available for those involved in Sisters Hope’s performances. We are looking forward to explore more…
Sisters Hope has been invited to participate in “Metropolis Residencies”, a new programme created by Metropolis – Københavns Internationale Teater. We will present our work and our methods with visiting artists chosen by Metropolis, specifically in the context of creating artistic work in the public space connected to the social reality of the city. We are hopeful and excited for this collaboration to unfold!
The Danish Minister of Culture, Mette Bock, has initiated a debate on, and with, the national performing arts scene. She has asked players within the field to share concrete suggestions that they believe would strengthen the performing arts scene, and the debate will culminate in a dialogue with the Ministry later this month. See Sisters Hope’s letter to Mette Bock here.
Sisters Hope has been selected for the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering in Beijing this year which explores the theme of Towards the Unknown: Imagining the Future. It takes place between 17-24 August 2018. We will present our work, including our concept Sensuous Learning and the Sisters method.
Sisters Hope will present at the Art of Management and Organization Conference to be held at the University of Brighton from 30th August – 2nd September 2018. The AoMO2018 programme offers a range of perspectives on this year’s theme of ’Performance’ from a diverse range of practitioners, artistics and academics.