Once again Hawila eco-living sailing ship is the stage for local and international artists who celebrate with us the history and the new beginnings of glorious Hawila! This event is part of a cycle of summer activities started in June by the self-organised Opening Festival for the Hawila Project non-profit association; to promote, share and raise awareness about new ways of social co-existence.
15:00 – 18:00 Ongoing Dance and Workshops:
Folk Dance Group Dilmana Copenhagen (Bulgarian folk dance), YOGA NAT (@Yoga Nat), Acroyoga and contemporary dance with Hawila artists…
16:00 Niels & Friends (Danish sailor folk and accordion)
17:30 Kalles Najar (Greek Rumanian grooves)
19:00 Esben Amdisen (Rock music in sea minor)
20:00 Eh Bau (Poetic folk pop)
21:30 Pilgrim (Portuguese duo of blues and folk)
21-22 Shrug Worlds (animated film and game projection to live music) Screening and beta-testing below deck.
OTHER ONGOING EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE DAY (schedule to be confirmed)
Yoga with Natalya; a pinch of salt to enrich the quality of your life. Move with Yoga Nat to explore and eliminated energy blockages and physical discomforts in your body. Awaken your inner light through guided yoga nidra meditation, energy flow and positive attitude!
Pair Acrobatics and Humanimal Dance Dialogues (Despina Tzemi and Sofia Kakouri) Our artists in residence will share and demonstrate playful practice and development tools to research our contact with eachother through body work, trust, instinct and grounding. Read more about their work in past Hawila events.
SHRUG ISLAND (animated game screening to live music) Shrug Island is a 2d animated computer game and environmental fantasy. Come watch or beta-test the game below deck, projected on a screen with the accompaniment of live improvisation by classical musicians.
All artists, performer, dancers, caterers and organizers volunteer their time and skills to the support of Hawila Project.
ENTRANCE FEE: DONATIONS
FOOD AND DRINKS: sold on site to support Hawila Project
HOW TO COME: www.hawilaproject.org/contact/