Pop-Up Uni and Action Camp
Out of the lecture hall, into the action – the first experimental university in Lungau! Ciao, pre-chewed knowledge – Servus, unexpected insights: 20 young people live and work together and create autonomous meeting and creative spaces. How do we want to ask, learn and research together, for each other and from each other? The supergau as well as peculiarities of the region are questioned and own, unfamiliar or shared realities of life are explored. Without a goal, with a spontaneous plan – come along!
Fri 26 May – Tue 30 May: daily 5 pm – 9 pm “Campfire”
Fri 02 June – Sun 04 June: daily 5 pm – 9 pm “Campfire”
Fri 26.05. | 4 pm Super opening party
Mon 29.5. | 5:30 am – 6:30 am Mowing with the Scythe – Workshop with Kollektiv Experimental Setup (Mühltaler Holzplatz)
Mon 29.05. | 3pm at Tauernache (Markt 8, 5570 Mauterndorf) – walking recipes / Workshop held by Clare Qualmann
Up to 20 Participants, Registration via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) / The workshop will be held in English.
In this workshop we’ll use The Walk Book: Recipes for Walking and Wellbeing as a starting point to explore creative ways to move through, be in, and imagine spaces and places. Following the book’s four themes (Mapping and Knowing, Attending and Slowing, Connecting and Sharing and Staying (indoors) and Imagining) we’ll venture around Mauterndorf, testing, trialling and structuring new recipes as we go.
The Walk Book is a free resource containing recipes for walking by 30 artists, based on findings from the Walk Create research project, by Dee Heddon, Maggie O’Neill, Clare Qualmann, Morag Rose and Harry Wilson. The workshop will be led by Clare Qualmann. https://walkcreate.gla.ac.uk (https://walkcreate.gla.ac.uk/)
Mon 29.05. | 05 pm World premiere of the band “Schutzweste wechseln”, founded today, with Erwan Keravec, Andrej Prozorov Christian Reiner. At the Tauernache (Markt 8, 5570 Mauterndorf).
Fri 02.6. | 5:30 pm Weisenblasen – workshop with Vocal Naps Lungengau
Sat 03.6. | 11 am – 5 pm Pop-up-Uni: “Are you already asking or are you still learning?”
Jonas Baur, Janice Jensen + Interdisciplinary Project Group
The Camping Campus project is organized by Janice Jansen, Graphic Design and Feminist Text Work, and Jonas Baur, Applied Theater and Performing Arts in Context. Campus participants come from a wide variety of disciplines (graphic design, photography, theater, liberal arts, directing, circus, etc.) and from a wide variety of countries (Austria, Belgium Germany, Australia and Italy).
ADDRESS / LOCATION
busstop/parkinglot: Mauterndorf market place (line 270, 700)
Mühltaler Holzplatz, Mauterndorf | https://goo.gl/maps/xUdXzR1edWqhe3RW7