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The Journeying Man

By |2022-12-05T18:29:13+02:0027th of July 2021|

The Journeying Man Have you ever come across a young man or woman, clad in black ornamented bell bottom suede pants, matching waistcoat, and a broad rimmed hat? If he or she furthermore emits a distinctive aroma of wood, metal or masonry, you can consider yourself privileged, because you have very likely met [...]

The fascinating story of Hawila’s wood for the refit 2020/2021

By |2023-01-09T15:39:38+02:0024th of August 2020|

The fascinating story of Hawila’s wood for the refit The decision to plan millions of oaks in 1810 In 1810, after events of Napoleonic wars, the king Frederik made the decision to plant thousands of oak trees between Hillerod, Esrum and Helsinge, an area since known as the Gribskov (Vulture forest) to [...]

LAG Midt-Nordvestsjælland supports Hawila’s refit

By |2022-12-01T13:01:00+02:0016th of July 2020|

LAG Midt-Nordvestsjælland supports Hawila’s refit We are happy to announce that Hawila has received financial support for the refit in Holbæk from LAG (Local Action Group) Mid-Northwest Zealand. LAG is an association supporting projects that contribute to the development of projects and activities in Lejre, Holbæk, Sorø, Odsherred and Kalundborg municipalities. In [...]

STEAM [science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics] workshops for kids in Isefjord

By |2022-12-05T18:12:51+02:002nd of July 2020|

STEAM [science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics] workshops for kids in Isefjord Are children interested in building a robot or studying marine electronics? We have a chance to find out when spending a week with amazing boys and girls and their guardians in Isefjord. Together with kids and parents from the French-Danish school [...]

Turning the Tide 2019

By |2022-12-02T19:59:45+02:0015th of September 2019|

Turning the Tide 2019 During the past weeks we have been sailing alongside a German sailing boat Lovis with an inspiring group consisting of sailors, scientists, activists and artists as a part of Turning The Tide project. An eclectic mix of international individuals met in an unconventional environent to form a saling think [...]

Reflections on Hawila and Acting for Climate Nordic Tour 2019

By |2022-12-05T17:53:04+02:0019th of August 2019|

Reflections on Summer 2019 Nordic Tour On the 18th of August we officially ended our Hawila Project and Acting 4 Climate joint collaboration in 2019. We have been sailing together on Hawila since June, trying to translate raising climate emergency awareness into the language of contemporary art. The tour powered by sail gave [...]

Education through action and adventure

By |2022-12-05T19:22:08+02:0024th of June 2019|

Education through action and adventure Last Friday Hawila hosted L’école franco-danoise – Den dansk-franske Skole that organized a tech workshop for daughters and the girls’ primary role model- their mothers, to churn up interest for STEM subjects. http://blog.ecolefrancodanoise.dk/model-moms The event was a continuation of our collaboration with The Danish-French School in the field of [...]

Out of the water

By |2022-12-05T17:44:49+02:0012th of May 2019|

Out of the water   Taking Hawila out of the water is like bringing a fish out of the ocean. She resists the crane, benefits from a push by the wind, to escape her cage. Is brought back, and finally surrenders to the metal teeth of the slip, to come up on land, [...]

Ship-Shape – Creative Learning 2016-2018

By |2022-12-05T17:36:41+02:0029th of September 2018|

Ship-Shape - Creative Learning 2016-2018   The ShipShape project aimed at developing a scalable, free, site-specific activity where young people are confronted with stimulative learning spaces. Hawila Project, in collaboration with Welsh based organisation Head4Arts developed an activity designed to give young people and their parents/teachers a new perspective to relate to [...]

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