Monthly Archives: June 2011

Manual on how to teach (art) teachers

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The guide to keeping grounded and maintaining a sense of humour while engaged in academic pursuits

  Authors: Ann-Marie Hanlon and Stacey Pope Oscar Wilde, the Irish writer renowned for his wit, once wrote: ‘Life is too important to be taken seriously.’ In the academic world this aphorism carries little import: humour has traditionally been bound in … Continue reading

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Manual on the Non-Art of Everyday Revolution

By Kata Halaz

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Manual for reparative critical cinema

By Gabriel Menotti

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How to Scrabble-a-manual in action!

Scrabbling manuals in Copenhagen produce great ideas and a lot of fun for the participants! Some of the manuals include: A Manual on How to fall in and out of love again A Manual on How to Live and Die … Continue reading

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A manual on How to Scrabble-a-manual

Scrabble-a-manual involves around new ways of producing knowledge. Academia evolves and revolves around a textual word. Different knowledge, on nature, on art works, on human behaviour is described and analysed by a text. We wanted to test a production of … Continue reading

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How to set up our own free university

Making a Copenhagen Free University Manual: How to set up our own free university. The aim of this workshop is to compile a manual to be used to set up a Free University. The manual will be compiled starting from … Continue reading

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