TEH Camp Meeting 94 in Fengersfors

We are inviting you to join our event TEH Camp Meeting 94 with focus on collaboration in the past, present and future. Let’s build a sauna, make a festival or create new projects together. 

Do It Together 

Co-create, co-operate, co-own, co-direct, co-craft, co-exist
How do we create space for arts and culture? – By working together!

 

WHEN & WHERE

Dates: 22-25 September, 2022

Venue: Not Quite in Fengersfors, Sverige.  

DO YOU KNOW WHAT “NOT QUITE” IS?

Not Quite is an organisation for artists of different art forms. We are based in an old paper mill in the village of Fengersfors with 500 inhabitants, far out in the Swedish forests, 200 kilometers north of Gothenburg, and southeast from Oslo. Not Quite has workshops, studios, exhibition spaces and stages in a context far away from the city. With around 70 members we are building a collective place to be in, to work in, to visit and to experience. For ourselves and for others. 

WHAT “NOT QUITE” IS DOING?

During 20 years of its existence, Not Quite has been exploring and finding methods for sustainable working in rural areas, as a small organization, often with small funds and resources, but with a strong engaging community. Not Quite has just purchased an old carpentry building and in 2022 it is our ambition to develop new sustainable methods of working. Together we build for a resilient future, where the community (members of Not Quite ) will be able to continue to realize the Not Quite experiment. How this is going to happen we don’t quite know – yet. These are questions and challenges we will tackle together in our upcoming conference.

We aim to

To bring 200+ cultural workers from across Europe:

  • pioneers and artivists who are working with their communities back in their home countries 
  • to explore the topic of co-creation, community-engagement and sustainability, especially in the context of the rural.

PROGRAMME

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Eat - (Lunch, dinner, fika)
Fun - (concerts, forest walks etc.)
Hands on - (practical workshops)
Info
Listen - (lectures, presentations..)
Talk! - (discussions/talks/networking)
22 Sep Thursday
09:00 – 17:00 TEH Desk (everyday)

Here you can get all the information about the Trans Europe Halles network and register for the networking sessions.

10:00 – 18:00 Accreditation →Entrance Folkets hus
11:00 – 12:00 Garden Tour-Healing Heritage →Meeting point: NQ Shop
1 free

Healing Heritage – phytoremediation at Fengersfors paper mill

12:00 – 13:30 LUNCH →Ocean floor 1
13:30 – 14:30 Opening speeches →Folkets Hus A sal

Welcome by NQ and Opening speeches.

 

Katti Hoflin, Director for cultural affairs, Region of Västra Götaland
Kristoffer Ljung, Unit manager business and communication unit, Åmåls municipality
Chrisse Kuisma Karlsson, president of the board Not Quite
Mie Felth, Manager Not Quite
Amelie Snyers, president of the board, TEH
Tiffany Fukuma, managing director, TEH

 

14:30 – 15:30 Opening panel →Folkets Hus A sal

Panel discussion on the topic “Do it Together” and the value of culture for societal development.

The panel is led by Vera Telemo, Sustainability Strategist

15:00 – 16:30 FIKA →Folkets hus B sal
16:00 – 16:45 Opening keynote- ‘Duved – the village as a model for societal innovation’ →Folkets hus A

With the starting point of the development of Duved, a village in the North of Sweden, based on participation of the citizens, developing innovation across all segments of the society, the results of Duved have been tested also in the city of Umeå. Åman will discuss strategies for gradual system changes.

17:15 – 17:45 Photoshoot all meeting participants →Meeting point: NQ Shop

Let’s take that group photo!

18:30 – 19:30 Concert with Trio Törn →Park

With their own compositions, strongly rooted in the traditional nordic folk music Trio Törn is a chamber musical meeting where clever waltzes, swinging polskas and heavy hallings are dressed in well thought-through arrangements where expression and the instrument’s potential are in the center. In September, Trio Törn will take part of the folk music residence in Dals Långed that is arranged by the Administration for Cultural Development. In connection with the residency period, the trio will tour Dalsland. This concert is part of the tour and is part of a collaboration between Not Quite, Mötesplats Steneby, SV Västra Götaland, SV Åmål and the Board for Cultural Development, Region Västra Götaland.

19:00 – 21:00 Dinner at NQ café →Ocean floor 1
20:00 – 21:30 Sauna →At Knarrbysjön
0 free

Welcome to Fengersfors sauna club’s own wood-burning sauna right by the lake! Bring swimwear and bath towels!

23 Sep Friday
09:00 – 15:00 Elliptical hang out workshop →Strands
8 free
Not Quite have a nice but partly worn out hang out-sofa. Let’s re-upholster it together, and make it even nicer!
We carve wood stamps and make textile prints, and combine it with embroidery.
We make the sofa ready for a nice hang out the rest of the meeting! (With pause for lunch)
09:00 – 15:00 Studio building workshop “Green deal in practice” →Strands
2 free

Practical building workshop at Strands – how to build some studios for artists out of nothing. No previous experience required.

In the project “Green deal in practice”; Not Quite together with Institute for X, Denmark and Rukka, Latvia investigating sustainability. (With pause for lunch) 

09:00 – 11:30 Discover a bit of Daslands beautiful nature →Meeting point: NQ Shop
0 free

Meeting point: Outside Not Quite’s Shop, we will go by car to the starting point.

Were: Baljåsens nature reserve

Distance: appr. 4 km

Difficulty: Moderate to though

Duration: 2-3 h

Info: You need clothes according to the weather and good shoes, in some places it might be both wet, steep and slippery, and some drinking water.

In case of really bad weather we might have to cancel the trek or change location.

09:30 – 17:00 Accreditation →Entrance Folkets hus
09:30 – 12:30 Culture for Health →Fönsterverkstan
10 free

This cross-sectoral partnership is all about ‘Doing Well together’, and the Objective of this workshop is to build the capacity of the grassroots cultural centres on measurement and evaluation of culture, well-being and health interventions, foster discussion on the policy change needed on all levels, collect projects for the “living” mapping and tools and best practices for the “Compendium of sustainable culture-based solutions for well-being”.

 

Group discussion hosts:

  • Lydia Buchner from – Oltre
  • Matteo Giovanardi – Oltre
  • Raisa Karttunen-  Kaapeli
10:00 – 10:30 Homografiska museum →Park
6 free

Welcome on a journey into how a small initiative can make a great difference. Homografiska Museum is a queer project with huge ambitions to make a change in the perspective of storytelling. History is subjective – so write and rewrite – together we make a difference!

10:00 – 11:00 Presentation of new full members →Folkets Hus A sal

TEH welcomes new members during every conference and camp meeting. The centres will give a short presentation, the rest of the days they will be available for a chat before they get voted into the network in the General Assembly.

 

10:00 – 11:30 Rebuilding to Last →Gallery
10 free

The objective of this session is to bring together TEH members and other participants interested in the RTL project to discuss the upcoming plans for the project. This will be an open discussion during which we would like to hear your input of interesting models that our research activities could explore, what trainings needs could RTL answer and what would make a successful Peer-to-peer learning scheme. This is very much in-line with the idea of “do it together” as we want to learn from others and connect knowledge from across Europe.

10:00 – 12:00 Moulding in tin workshop →Smithy
0 free

Try moulding a small object in tin. During the workshop, each participant will be given a piece of plaster to carve out a shape in. Then we will melt tin and cast into the plaster mould. The result will be a tin object of your own design.

10:00 – 10:45 Guided tour: NQ Exhibitions and workshops →Meeting point: NQ Shop
13 free

A guided tour of Not Quite’s 20-year history, through workshops, studios and exhibitions.

10:00 – 15:00 Workshop at Kleva sloydbiotope →Kleva
12 free
Build on a large scale, we start from the place. Together we create an outdoor scene with materials from the forest. Fells trees, splits logs, makes benches and from what is around us. No previous experience required.
We cook our food over an open fire together. Meet up outside NQ Shop for a ride by car to Kleva. You can also borrow a yellow bike or take a walk to Kleva, about 5 kilometers from the paper mill.
11:00 – 11:45 Lecture: The necessity of working together – how to develop a village! →Folkets Hus A sal

What happens when local enthusiasts meet professionals?

A fruitful cooperation occurs.

We, that is the Local development board, will tell you about our work in a small society. 

11:00 – 12:00 Garden Tour- Healing Heritage →Meeting point: NQ Shop
7 free

Healing Heritage – phytoremediation at Fengersfors paper mill

11:30 – 12:30 Newcomers meeting →Folkets hus B sal
12 free

Is this your first Trans Europe Halles meeting? Do you have questions about the network? Join this session where membership manager Femi Adeniyi and other members of TEH organisation will be there for you.

12:00 – 12:45 Lecture: Genius Locals – community collaboration in the north →Folkets Hus A sal
45 free

Moa Björnson is a kaospilot and urban and rural developer who has been working with community collaboration in the rural coast of Northern Norway. With experiences from Træna – a small 450-inhabitant sized island far out at sea at the arctic circle, and from Bodø – the second largest city in Northern Noway, becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2024, Moa will talk about how to develop and co-create culturally vibrant places, with and for the local community. 

Moa is currently working as CEO for the establishment of a community hotel in Træna (www.traena365.no ) and as urban developer of Molobyen in Bodø (www.molobyen.no). She is founder of Træna Artist Residency and in the board for Artica Svalbard (www.articasvalbard.no) 

12:00 – 14:00 Lunch at NQ café →Ocean floor 1
12:00 – 14:00 Networking sessions →Fönsterverkstan

After a successful first edition of the TEH Networking slots, they are back! Based on the topics of interests you fill in when registering for the sessions, we schedule different tables for small groups to focus on these topics and get to know each other.

Registration at the TEH desk

13:00 – 15:00 Continues: Elliptical hang out →Strands
6 free
13:00 – 15:30 TEH Brand-Design sprint! →Folkets hus B
0 free

TEH will go through a full rebranding in 2023. This session is for members who are interested in this topic and together will make a design sprint to come up with ideas for this new brand!

14:00 – 14:30 Homografiska museum →Park
1 free

Welcome on a journey into how a small initiative can make a great difference. Homografiska Museum is a queer project with huge ambitions to make a change in the perspective of storytelling. History is subjective – so write and rewrite – together we make a difference!

14:00 – 15:00 Do-ocracy →Gallery
5 free

Ambassadors of Do-ocracy and Participatory Design was an exchange program between Trans Europe Halles, three cultural centers founded on principles of do-ocracy and participatory design, and research network Edgeryders. Centers based on doocracy and participation decentralize decision making and have different needs than centers with centrally curated programs. These centers were Blivande in Stockholm, Institute for X in Aarhus and FÚSK in Reykjavik (not a TEH member). In this session we share and discuss what this network learned during the three embassy programs at each of the three centers in 2021 and 2022. What are the hallmarks of emerging participatory cultural hubs, and how do they fit into the ecosystem of TEH cultural centers?

14:00 – 16:00 Nordic Hub Session →Fönsterverkstan
17 free

In this session, we will focus on future actions and governance of the Nordic Hub. A general discussion will be held as well as a workshop to update priorities and activities.

14:00 – 15:30 Rural Radicals: policies & practices →Folkets hus A
59 free

TEH membership exists of 10% non-urban members. Who are they and what impact are they making in their rural environments? It seems that the rural areas are being recognized now as spaces with much potential and necessity for the sustainable growth of Europe. What policies are being developed now, and how do they impact the local actors? In this session we will learn about the rural policies in place from 3 countries presented by 3 members with first hand knowledge from the field. 

The session will be opened with a keynote by Filippo Tantillo who will provide a past-presence -future narrative historical rural policies and practices.
This is followed up by a focus on three TEH members: EIXO (Portugal), Maltfabrikken (Denmark) and Lo Stato dei Luoghi (Italy).

 

 

 

15:00 – 16:30 FIKA at the lake →At Knarrbysjön

Fengersfors Scout troop invites you to an open fire made fika!

16:00 – 19:00 Strategic session →Folkets hus A
55 free

This session is only open for TEH delegates. Please register!

16:00 – 19:00 Superheroine workshop
10 free

Welcome to be part in a cross-border performative process where together we will talk about ourselves and our superpowers and create suitable superheroine costumes. A superheroine is the subversive force often referred to as “daring to be yourself”. We will tear apart garments and put them together into new wholes. In this way, we create space to see that the normative hierarchies we all find ourselves in are constructions. Through lust and play, we approach our superheroines to allow them to be a bubbling sense of joy and a free flow of ideas.

16:00 – 18:00 How to build a community workshop? →Strands
8 free

Do you have experience of an open community workshop? Do you have any ideas on how to create one? Not Quite wants to create a workshop that society can have access to, now we want to learn from you!

17:00 – 18:00 Guided tour: NQ Exhibitions and workshops →Meeting point: NQ Shop
7 free

A guided tour of Not Quite’s 20-year history, through workshops, studios and exhibitions.

17:00 – 19:00 Pimp your pillowcase →Not Quite Sloydtrukk

Welcome to Not Quite’s portable craft workshop, pimp your pillowcase with colour, thread and print.

 

Drop-in

18:00 – 21:00 Pizza night →Bakery

Homemade pizza’s will be served at the Not Quite Bakery. Choose your time right as they can only handle 70 people per hour.

18:00 – 20:00 Networking sessions →Fönsterverkstan

After a successful first edition of the TEH Networking slots, they are back! Based on the topics of interests you fill in when registering for the sessions, we schedule different tables for small groups to focus on these topics and get to know each other. 

 

Registration at the TEH desk

21:00 – 00:00 Homografiska x Drag night →Ocean floor 1

Drag performance + Eurodisco night! ButcherQueen (Stockholm) together with Dalslands one and only dragqueen Jane followed by Eurodisco dancing all night. 

24 Sep Saturday
09:30 – 10:15 Paracraft →Folkets hus A
78 free

ParaCraft, a life in motion

ParaCraft is an association that offers tailor-made courses with professional leaders within applied arts in crafts and parasport. The target group is people with intellectual and physical disabilities. Common crafts we work with is hot forging, and woodcarving in fresh wood.

09:30 – 11:00 Sing! →Ocean 1
36 free

Be part of a chorus, in which we make music with our mere voices as instruments.

The object is a few hours of excellenty enjoyable music-making with lots of singing, during which you also get a great portion of beneficial deep-breathing included. No prior experience of singing is needed. The workshop is led by Elin Andreasson, head of the Not Quiet Vocal Ensemble

09:30 – 12:00 Forging unity →Smithy
0 free

The purpose of the workshop is to have participants create a forged sculpture together. Each of the participants will forge an entity from steel to be part for the sculpture. Participants will be guided by a blacksmith for working with hot steel. Safety equipment will be available, but non- synthetic clothes are recommended.

09:00 – 10:45 Exploring weaknesses →Gallery
6 free

Operating in a placebound cultural organization comes with certain challenges. To enable long term survival and development, these places need to be resilient towards changes in the social, economical as well as the ecological systems. In workshop-format we will explore the vulnerabilities of cultural driven sites and buildings using the seven principles for social-ecological resilience (SRC+Applying+Resilience+final.pdf (stockholmresilience.org)). Let’s do this together! The workshop is held by Mötesplats Steneby, an organisation working with cultural-driven development, sustainable transition and material making and innovation.

10:00 – 12:00 Arts Education Hub →Folkets hus B sal
20 free

The Arts Education Hub is a place for Trans Europe Halles’ member centres to exchange knowledge, methods and expertise within the arts education field. The hub started as part of the larger Factories of Imagination project and was formed in 2017. From September 2020, the main activities of the hub goes under the Spaces of Transformation in Arts education project. In this session we will discuss future directions, initiatives and projects under the Arts Education Hub umbrella.

10:00 – 10:45 Guided tour Paper Mill →Meeting point: NQ Shop
13 free

Come along and get a guided tour deep into the paper mill. Hear a bit about the history of the village of Fengersfors and why it is located here.

10:00 – 12:00 East Hub session →Fönsterverkstan
17 free

TEH Easthub is one of the geographical hubs in the network. It’s a collaboration between centres in Central and Eastern Europe, with emphasis on helping Ukrainian and Belarusian artists and cultural organizations in need. 

10:00 – 13:00 Individual together →Strands
0 free

Throw a sculpture out of clay! First we turn/practice on the potter’s wheel. After that we will play with the things we done and build it to something new. 

10:00 – 15:00 Kleva sloydbiotope →Kleva
8 free

Build on a large scale, we start from the place. Together we create an outdoor scene with materials from the forest. Fells trees, splits logs, makes benches and from what is around us. No previous experience required. 

We cook our food over an open fire together. Meet up outside NQ Shop for a ride by car to Kleva. You can also borrow a yellow bike or take a walk to Kleva, about 5 kilometers from the paper mill.

11:00 – 13:00 Pimp your pillowcase →Not Quite Sloydtrukk

Welcome to Not Quite’s portable craft workshop, pimp your pillowcase with colour, thread and print.

Drop-in

11:00 – 11:50 Healing Heritage →Folkets hus A
71 free

Healing Heritage – phytoremediation at Fengersfors paper mill

In this cross-sectorial research project, artists and scientists work together on the theme of contaminated soil and public space. 

The project includes testing of phytoremediation plants, as well as a wider survey of the relationship between industry, history, landscape and environment.

A first garden with phytoremediation plants has been created at the paper mill area, as well as an art walk out in the formerly unaccessible wasteland areas near the factory.

11:00 – 12:00 Sustainable Buildings Hub →Gallery
1 free
12:00 – 12:30 New associate members presentation →Folkets hus A

Trans Europe Halles will welcome new associate members into the network. They will present themselves in this session.

12:00 – 14:00 Lunch →Ocean floor 1
12:00 – 14:00 Networking sessions →Fönsterverkstan

After a successful first edition of the TEH Networking slots, they are back! Based on the topics of interests you fill in when registering for the sessions, we schedule different tables for small groups to focus on these topics and get to know each other.

 

Registration at the TEH desk

13:00 – 15:00 Workshop ‘Paracraft’ →Strands
2 free
Woodcarving in fresh wood for 16 participants.
Half of the group will work as companions, the other half with a imaginated disability.
After half time the participants switch places with each other.
The focus is on tutorial guidance and safety.
13:30 – 15:30 Cultural Transformation Movement and the European Network Against Racism →Folkets hus B
18 free
An open discussion with Nyanchama Okemwa about terminology, decoloniality and what can be done to mobilise bottom-up initiatives against racism.
14:00 – 16:00 Re-empowering community ownership models →Fönsterverkstan
13 free

The trend of decentralisation is continuing, we see it in different fields of society: insurances, agriculture, finances. People start their own little farm in the neighbourhood, or an association for freelancers to be insured and not be dependent on the multinational insurance companies that have sketchy allocated budgets.

It seems people want to bring decisions closer to home, have a more transparent way of value exchange. We know that this trend is going on for a while, and it’s only accelerating because of the threats on global scale companioned by a lack of trust of big institutions and a longing for more community feeling instead of privatisation.

TEH’s centres have various governance and ownership models, private and community based. Is a cooperative model a good alternative? Is it feasible? In this session we will learn e.g. about the 7 principles of a cooperative model and what land trusts are. We will discuss democratic ownership models within a new-modern world.

This session will start with a short tour outside (if it doesn’t rain) where we learn about the Swedish law of  ‘Allemansrätten’ or ‘The Right of Public Access’ in English.

14:00 – 15:00 Sustainable textile production and reuse →Folkets hus A
91 free

To work with sustainable textile production, give foreign-born tailors validation to work in Sweden and start a center for textile reuse. 

How? By meeting and doing it together!

14:30 – 16:00 Local solutions to global problems? →Gallery
7 free

The challenges are huge and global but solutions are often small and local. In this session we explore and experiment with open innovation methodology and digital tools as a framework to boost innovation partnerships. What if we could propose ways to connect problem owners with initiators and funders in the private, public and civil society? How can we mobilise people and communities to co-create, copy, develop and scale, local initiatives as answers to the global challenges? 

15:00 – 16:30 FIKA →FIK – Atlethic Club

Fengersfors Atletic club invites you to fika with them, at FIK Club house

15:00 – 17:00 Moulding in tin workshop →Smithy
4 free

Try moulding a small object in tin. During the workshop, each participant will be given a piece of plaster to carve out a shape in. Then we will melt tin and cast into the plaster mould. The result will be a tin object of your own design.

15:30 – 16:30 Guided tour NQ exhibitions and workshops →Meeting point: NQ Shop
30 free

A guided tour of Not Quite’s 20-year history, through workshops, studios and exhibitions.

15:30 – 17:30 Straw together →Strands

We make a big straw crown together, in Sweden called ”oro” (worry in English).

Oro is a kind of hanging decorative object made of rye straw.

By threading thread through the hollow straw, and then tying the threads together, the straws are put together into various shapes. These are then put together into complex structures, and in this way the oro grows out of different geometric shapes.

Making a worry out of straw was traditionally done before parties and gatherings. In the past, it was said that the oro, when it moved in the wind, ensnared the spirits.

 

Drop-in

16:00 – 17:00 Garden tour-Healing Heritage →Meeting point: NQ Shop
15 free

Healing Heritage – phytoremediation at Fengersfors paper mill

16:30 – 17:15 Guided tour-Paper Mill →Meeting point: NQ Shop
13 free

Come along and get a guided tour deep into the paper mill. Hear a bit about the history of the village of Fengersfors and why it is located here.

16:30 – 18:30 General Assembly →Folkets hus A
54 free

TEH bi-annual general assembly

18:00 – 19:30 Sauna →At Knarrbysjön
0 free

Welcome to Fengersfors sauna club’s own wood-burning sauna right by the lake! Bring swimwear and bath towels!

19:30 – 21:00 Sauna →At Knarrbysjön
0 free

Welcome to Fengersfors sauna club’s own wood-burning sauna right by the lake! Bring swimwear and bath towels!

19:00 – 21:00 Dinner at NQ cafe →Ocean floor 1
21:00 – Late Party with Jesus/Baby →Strands

Jesus/Baby is a derailed electric railbus that has left the mill town’s garage to invite all the countryside’s animals to a spruce forest disco. Rural underground- JB have been Not Quite’s house band for long, but is now back after several years of hiatus, strengthened by new songs and with TomTom as drummer. Other sounds are on electrified strings, sax and synth.

25 Sep Sunday
09:30 – 14:30 Gothenburg visit →Meeting point: NQ Shop
0 free

Visit at Röda Sten and Konstepidemin in Gothenburg

A guided tour at Konstepidemin that is an artist run art center in Gothenburg and one of Sweden’s largest workplaces for independent artists. Konstepidemin is a central meeting place as well as a cultural platform and offers an extensive public program of visual and performing art events, exhibitions, seminars, workshops and more. www.konstepidemin.se Röda Sten Konsthall is a meeting place for people of all ages. Here you can experience exhibitions by Swedish and international contemporary artists.

You will be welcomed by the director Mia Christersdotter Norman who will tell you about Röda Sten Konsthall, followed by a short introduction of the ongoing exhibition by one of the art educators.

See www.rodastenkonsthall.se for more information about the exhibition.The bus arrives in Gothenburg at 12:00 and the excursion ends at 14:30. The bus does not return to Fengersfors. The bus trip costs 200 SEK, lunch cost will be added. You book participation for the trip at NQ webpage when you book accommodation. You pay for the trip in Fengersfors.

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Practical information

Travel is available here. Fengersfors is a small community in the rural Sweden so getting there might be tricky. Yet, it is not too far away from Gothenburg – Sweden’s second largest city – so we recommend you check out their airport or trains there. It is best to start booking your travel now as prices grow fast here in Sweden and might be quite high closer to the meeting.

We have also prepared a list of more budget options as we know that travel to Sweden might be quite expensive.

For Accommodation, Not Quite Team has arranged accommodation across the town, trying to find places at local B&Bs and people’s homes. We recommend you book your accommodation when you buy your tickets. This way we can easily allocate you a place to stay.

IMPORTANT! if you arrive with a caravan, there will be places for that as well. See more in the link.

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September 22, 2022
Fengersfors, Sverige

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