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Malmö Theatre Academy welcomes Professor Shannon Jackson (US Berkeley)

Shannon Jackson
Professor Shannon Jackson, US Berkely

The research recidency is arranged by Inter Arts Center in collaboration with Malmö Theatre Academy and Art as Forum (Copenhagen University) and includes a series of public and academic activities both in Malmö and Copenhagen.

On November 26 there will be a public seminar examining the contemporary field of performing art work engaging communities. Artists from the performing and visual arts are socially engaging with people, places, and communities over time, which raises questions like, what are the artistic and ethical dilemmas they meet? 

Ditte Maria Bjerg, Rector at Malmö Theatre Academy, who is the seminar aimed at?

-The seminar is aimed at artists, researchers, students and community builders in the Öresund region. We also especially welcome our future partners in the new Master’s Programme in Performing Arts as Critical Practice.

What do you think attracts Professor Shannon Jackson to Malmö and Copenhagen?

-From my perspective, it is being able to meet an entire region's artists and researchers within her research field.

Go to event: (Per)forming communities – Socially engaged models across performing arts and visual arts

Learn more about Shannon Jackson's recidency