Outreach scholarschip 2020: Harley Aussoleil and Frances Breden
SAG Workshop ,,Sick Time, Crip Time, Caring Time” M-1, Hohenlockstedt, 2018. Photo: Inga Zimprich
The nGbK’s 2020 outreach program is comprised of five workshops from Berlin-based queer artists and art educators on new, experimental, and emerging art forms and pedagogies. Offering workshops in a wide variety of media, such as stand-up comedy and somatic science fiction writing, Making Queer defies institutional artistic norms to reveal some of the powerful strategies of queer artists and their practices. The series will finish with a symposium at the end of the year.
»Making Queer« will host workshop leaders Lee Richards, Bard Baitman, Hang Linton, Laura Lulika, Clay AD, Isabel Gatzke, and Sanni Est.
9 February 2020
»I Can’t Believe I Have To Protest This Shit 2: Electrib Goobaloo«
31 May—5 June 2020
»CREATURE BODIES AND PERFORMATIVE PERSONAS«
4, 11 and 12 July 2020
»Queer Comedy Pedagogy - Laughter as a tool for healing«
3, 17, 31 August 2020
»Writing Bodies as Moving Bodies – How to use your own body to generate science fiction«
19—22 October 2020
»I’m in Love with my Future«
Go to Archive input of the Making Queer series
Harley Aussoleil (pronoun: she) and Frances Breden (pronoun: she) are curators, artists, and educators in Berlin, with an interest in collective artistic practices that challenge institutional norms. They are members of collectives COVEN BERLIN and Sickness Affinity Group.