Projects regarding diversity, mobility and migration
Of the season 2018/19
For years, the Münchner Kammerspiele have been collaborating extensively with theatre directors and teams from all over the world, investing in diversity and broadening cultural and aesthetic discourses. In 2017/2018 Season, we have invited performers from Syria and other artists to join our team as part of the Open Border Ensemble. Their experiences were at the core of Miunikh-Damaskus, a mobile theatre play by German director Jessica Glause and What They Want To Hear by Argentinian director Lola Arias and on-site project X-Shared Spaces. They extended the permanent ensemble of the Münchner Kammerspeile to include new aesthetic perspectives negotiated in the democratic, open, and analytical setting theatre offers as well as engaging with the cultural life of the city and the theatre. For the 2018-2019 season, their engagement will continue throughout different inclusive aspects of the new performances of the Münchner Kammerspiele. They will go in search of new stories, contributing to shaping new formats and theatrical languages towards a transnational theatre that curves a space for various narratives from foreign cultural and socio-political contexts. Against a backdrop of crises migration, exile and violence worldwide, The ensemble wants to open up new collaborative paths and oppose artistic isolation.
SAFE PLACE AND THEATRE
Theatre workshop for PoC / People of Color
12th July 2019, 1 pm - 5 pm
In this workshop, we want to explore in a "safe space" for PoC
the joy of playing. We want to discover freshly the body, the space and
the interaction between us. With old and new excercises we want to fall
deeply into the world of a theatrical enviroment and the power of performing identity. For professionals and non-professionals.
(Please bring warm and comfortable clothes - we will move around.)
Friday 12th July 2019, 1 pm - 5 pmwith Miriam Ibrahim, assistant director at Münchner Kammerspiele
in German and/or English
Münchner Kammerspiele, Falckenbergstr. 1
registration via email@example.com
A PROJECT BY ANESTIS AZAS AND PRODROMOS TSINIKORIS / IN GREEK AND GERMAN WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES
A PROJECT BY LOLA ARIAS WITH THE OPEN BORDER ENSEMBLE. TEXT: LOLA ARIAS, IN COLLABORATION WITH RAAED AL KOUR / IN ARABIC, GERMAN AND ENGLISH WITH SURTITLES
Introductory workshop at the Münchner Kammerspiele
ZIELZOEKERS TRIPTIEK – SOUL SEEKERS TRIPTYCH / BY AND WITH MOKHALLAD RASEM
Empowerment Workshop for Black Women and Women of Color in English and German
with Dr. Stacie CC Graham
17th March 2019, 3:30 pm - 7 pm
When enough is enough
Description: The word diversity has become trendy even in Germany. But most people mean, specifically, gender diversity when they refer to diversity. As Black women and women of color our specific experiences are, however, not fully encompassed when speaking about gender diversity. Not even when speaking of racism. The lack of an understanding of how our intersecting identities (ability, age, gender, race, sexuality, etc.) affect how we are perceived can be the source of great strain and stress at our workplaces.
"Minor" offences, such as unwanted attention or unsolicited commentary, as well as outright bullying are a part of our daily experiences at work. We encounter conflict with direct reports, peers and supervisors. In this workshop, we will discuss tools and strategies of approaching workplace harassment. You will have the opportunity to discuss real life challenges with which you are confronted at work as well as how to set, communicate and enforce boundaries. Sexist and racist behavior are common at work, but that doesn't mean we don't have a choice in confronting it.
Please respect that this workshop is a safer space specifically for Black women and women of colour.
17 March, 3:30 pm - 7 pm
register here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Festival with films from the home countries of the curators, free entry
No spaces, no place
empowerment workshop for Black women and women of color
25th November 2018, 3 pm - 6 pm
with Dr. Stacie CC Graham
The word diversity has become trendy even in Germany. But most
people mean, specifically, gender diversity when they refer to
diversity. As Black women and women of color our specific experiences
are, however, not fully encompassed when speaking about
gender diversity. Not even when speaking of racism. The lack of an
understanding of how our intersecting identities (ability, age, gender,
race, sexuality, etc.) affect how we are perceived and move through the
world can often lead to feelings of isolation,
hopelessness and despair.
With this workshop we seek to create a space in which participants have the opportunity to exchange with one another, to be heard and seen. Women will leave with a battery of strategies and tangible resources to support them in more confidently negotiating and commanding everyday situations in private as well as in the workplace. And perhaps participants will build new much-needed friendships too.
25th of November 2018, 3 pm - 6 pm
childcare is provided
apply via email@example.com
MOBILE THEATRE FOR MUNICH AND ITS SURROUNDINGS BY JESSICA GLAUSE / IN ARABIC, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
Wherever the mobile stage of the Open Border Ensemble will set foot, it
is accompanied by a series of workshops, organised by Kammer 4 You and
Bellevue di Monaco.
FOR REFUGEES AND LOCALS / به نوشیدن قهوه خوش آمدید // كافيه مرحباً
PUBLIC SYMPOSIUM / free entry, in English
CHOREOGRAPHY: TAIGUÉ AHMED
14. May 2018 / 3 pm – 6 pm / Münchner Kammerspiele:
Insight into Taigués working methods for professionals.
Participants have to register for the workshop in advance until 10.05.2018
Please write an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BOUGES TES FESSES – Dance-Workshops with Kompagnie NDAM SE NA
For people with experiences of flight. Registration not required.
Call for submission
The Münchner Kammerspiele are happy to collaborate with Mophradat aisbl through its Art Fellows Program. This programme offers a training program at a European art institutions for young Arab curators, arts managers, arts producers, and arts administrators.
Based on the novel by Josef Bierbichler, based on the production of Anna-Sophie Mahler
WHAT DO I REALLY KNOW?- STEREOTYPES AND UNCONSCIOUS BIAS, Workshop on 15. April 2018
With Dr. Stacie CC Graham, 10.30 am to 1.30 pm
15th April 2018, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
A SERIES OF EVENTS HOSTED BY THE ENSEMBLE / HASSAN AKKOUCH: “KARTOFFELPARTY”
BY YAEL RONEN AND EXIL ENSEMBLE / GUEST PERFORMANCE MAXIM GORKI THEATER BERLIN
EINE VERANSTALTUNGSREIHE ZUM NSU-TRIBUNAL IN KÖLN VON TUNAY ÖNDER
October 16 – 18, 2015