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Show and Tell

Workshop, Performance

How can we create an environment in which more people can take part in the artistic process? What happens when dancers, musicians, composers and actors with various functional conditions meet on equal terms in the performing arts? Konstra is a performing arts collective consisting of participants with and without functional variations that creates norm-breaking performing arts based on the watchwords brutal playfulness, unruly storytelling and inclusive sprawling. During the autumn composition students meet Konstra in two workshops with the theme "co-creation across functional boundaries". Here they open their artistic lab and share their work in a "work-in-progress" evening.

Date: 12/5/2019

Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Categories: Theatre, Music

Organizer: Högskolan för scen och musik

Location: Artisten, Fågelsången 1
Jacobsonteatern A303

Fee: 60 kr

Contact person: evenemang@hsm.gu.se

Ticket categories

60 sek: Most of all events

150 sek (regular fee), 100 sek (students, retirees): Orchestra concerts, X-mas shows, Operas etc.

Free tickets: Lunchtime events, school classes as well as children under the age of 12

Exceptions occur! Prices include a handling fee. Tickets are unnumbered – free seating. NOTE! In case that an event is canceled, the ticket price will be refunded, but not the handling fee.

Café Artisten

Café Artisten is open in connection with our events and offers light food and drinks. The cafe always serves Fairtrade and EU organic coffee, freshly baked buns, good cookies and much more.

The cafe offers a favorable package for the evening audience.
1 glass of wine / 1 beer 33 cl + seasonally inspired wrap: 110 sek.

More information about Café Artisten. (in Swedish)


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Seasonal Programme Autumn 2019

Performances, Concerts, Education, Research. Read and download the programme (in Swedish).

Contact Information


Page Manager: Tobias Egle|Last update: 2/13/2018

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