Skien International Ibsen Conference 2017.

October 18. and 19. at Teater Ibsen in Skien, Norway.

Ibsen, theatre and political relevance in times of great change.

Alternations in the program may occur.

18/10/17

Ibsen, theatre and political relevance.

  • 11.00
    Welcome

  • 11.15
    Contentious Dramaturgies in the countries of the Arab Spring: the Case of Morocco

    By Khalid Amine. READ MORE

  • 11.45
    Interventions I

    A collaboration between Dramatikkens hus and Ibsen Awards. Curated by Kai Johnsen.
    READ MORE

  • 12.00
    Friendly Fire

    An adapation of Hedda Gabler
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    By Théâtre Anfass, Morocco.
    Curated by Ibsen Awards.
    READ MORE

  • 13.00
    Lunch

  • 14.00
    Ibsen Scholarships 2017

    Presentation of 2017 Ibsen Scholarship winning projects.

  • 15.45
    Coffee break

  • 16.00
    Interventions II

    A collaboration between Dramatikkens hus and Ibsen Awards. Curated by Kai Johnsen. READ MORE

  • 16.15
    Ibsen?

    A collaboration between Khio and Ibsen Awards. READ MORE

  • 19.30
    Conference party

    At Spriten Kunsthall.

19/10/17

Ibsen, theatre and political relevance.

  • 10.00
    Interventions III

    A collaboration between Dramatikkens hus and Ibsen Awards. Curated by Kai Johnsen.
    READ MORE

  • 10.15
    Social theater in Morocco/Female theater in the Arab world.

    By Naima Zitan, director and president of Theatre Aquarium and Naima Oulmakki, leader of public affair at Theatre Aquarium.
 READ MORE

  • 11.00
    The Tempest Society

    By Bouchra Khalili.
    Commissioned for Documenta14. Co-produced with Ibsen Awards, with the support of FNAGP, Paris. READ MORE

  • 12.00
    Coffee break

  • 12.15
    The Tempest Society

    Implementation of The Tempest Society. READ MORE

  • 13.00
    Lunch

  • 14.00
    Interventions IV

    A collaboration between Dramatikkens hus and Ibsen Awards. Curated by Kai Johnsen. READ MORE

  • 14.15
    Firing range (wild ducks)

    By Influx Artist Collective, winners of Ibsen Scholarship 2015. READ MORE

  • 15.45
    Coffee break

  • 16.00
    Panel and discussions