A publication on Sisters Academy is out. ‘Discoveries’ is a compilation of thoughts, reflections, writings, drawings, dreams and longings from students and staff at Sisters Academy 2015-2016 selected, framed and edited by Maja Skjøth Hegelund in dialogue with the artistic leadership of Sisters Hope. The publication takes its starting point in data from The Archive of Sisters Academy. See the publication here.
We are full on at Fremtidslinjen STU. Fremtidslinjen is a 3-year education for young people with special needs, also called a STU. The students on Fremtidslinjen are young people with general learning difficulties, ADHD and Autism. On top of that many of the students also have complicated diagnoses such as Borderline, OCD and schizophrenia. The purpose of a STU is to give the students general education and a skill enhancement…
We were invited to present our work and intention at the co-working space Studio Copenhagen. The talk was unfolded as a part of Studio Copenhagens so-called Kitchen Talks, where a number of informal talks are unfolded by pioneers within different fields.