2013 / Re-imagine the opportunities of literature performance

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2013 / Re-imagine the opportunities of literature performance

Monday 17 June 11:00 - 12:30

/From The Innovation Studio - Johanna Härenstam

/From Innovation Studio - Lise Kloster Gram

The goal of this exercise is to let the participants try and put their own literary performance together, so that it generates a special experience for the guests before, during, and after the performance.

The main focus is staging and cooperating with the writer and other relevant partners, but also the interaction between the physical and the virtual library. Above all it is about getting the participants to experience the literature taking place outside the book as a catalyst for rethinking the libraries’ take on promoting literature.
In short, the participants need to think about literature instead of just books. It is about reinventing the library by focusing on one of our core services: Promoting literature.
In other words, we have to do what we do best - in a new way.
The interactive session is based on project “Literature Taking Place” (www.netlitteratur.dk) and the experiences from the Literature Spot at Aaby Branch Library.  Also see the site visit Sunday 16 June at 14:00 - 16:00 Re-imagination: New Forms of Literature The Literature Spot at Aaby Branch Library

Organizers:
Dorthe Larsen, Librarian, Team Leader for Culture and Experience in area west and leader of project “The Literature Spot” at Aaby Branch Library. Employed by Aarhus Public Libraries

Lise Vandborg, Editor-in-Chief of litteratursiden.dk

Lise Kloster Gram, Literary Consultant and leader of project “Literature Taking Place”. Employed by Aarhus Public Libraries.
Contact: Lise Kloster Gram, lkg@aarhus.dk, phone: +0045-51231454

Location: Concert Hall, Aarhus
Members: 13
Latest Activity: Nov 21, 2015

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Comment by Lise Kloster Gram on June 26, 2013 at 11:32

Hi

Here you have our presentations from the session.

Re-imagine the possibilities of literature performance.pptx

Litteratursiden.ppt

Feel free to share.

Comment by Madeleine Saunte on May 28, 2013 at 11:34

Hi Lotte

Thank you for the update.
I look forward to participating. 

Best regards, Madeleine

Comment by Lotte Duwe Nielsen on May 28, 2013 at 11:31

Hi Madeleine

Thank you for asking; I made a mistake.
The session is Monday 17 June at 11-12.30.

best, Lotte

Comment by Madeleine Saunte on May 28, 2013 at 10:12

Hi! 

Is the session due on Monday 17.th or Tuesday 18.th? 

 

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