Trampoline House has a lot to offer this week.
On Wednesday (3–5 pm), Copenhagen-based Malay artist Amir Zainorin invites all users in Trampoline House to participate in his postcard workshop, where you can write a postcard to the Danish Prime Minister if you have something you would like to tell her about your situation as a refugee or asylum seeker in Denmark or about something else. All the postcards will be incorporated in an exhibition Amir is having at the Danish Immigration Museum in Farum, opening May 16.
On Friday (6–11 pm), the magazine on asylum and migration, visAvis, will launch its issue #9 in the house. There will be dinner at 6 pm, presentation of and readings from the magazine at 7 pm, and a bar, music, and dancing until 11 pm.
And on Saturday, which is the United Nation’s International Anti-Racism Day, there is a number of demonstrations and gatherings taking place all over Copenhagen. If you are interested in joining, check these links for more info:
To read more about all the events, activities, and services taking place in Trampoline House this week, please check the Calendar.
Everything is free. Hope to see you!