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So far Isabella has created 38 blog entries.

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 [...]

Sailing to the European Ecovillage Conference 2018

By |2022-12-01T12:59:44+02:0028th of September 2018|

Sailing to the European Ecovillage Conference 2018 In summer 2018, Hawila sailed across the Baltic Sea to the European Global Ecovillage Conference in Estonia, a meeting of over 500 practitioners and researchers from ecovillages, sustainable initiatives and intentional communities. The Conference hosted presentations, lectures, co-creation sessions, an Sustainable Technology Expo, dance, yoga [...]

Hawila Festival 2015 and 2016

By |2022-12-05T19:39:01+02:0017th of June 2016|

Hawila Festival In June 2015 and 2016, Hawila Project organised two festivals in Kastrup Havn, Copenhagen, to the themes of “Sailing Energies and Sustained Abilities”. The aim was to create a multidisciplinary platform in a most unusual place, a temporary experiment to support skillful practices, cultural integration, live arts and entertainment. [...]

Tribute to a work season – 2016

By |2022-12-05T17:30:19+02:0011th of June 2016|

Tribute to a work season - 2016 After a restoration season of over 3 months of growth and serendipity, much has moved ahead under Hawila’s two masts! Thanks goes to the power of determination, the positivity of learning from skilled carpenters and random encounters, and the enthusiasm of a volunteer crew working together [...]

Copenhagen Dream House – Sailing City 2016

By |2022-12-05T17:27:40+02:0010th of June 2016|

Copenhagen Dream House - Sailing City 2016 In 2016, Hawila was the vessel for nomadic performance project “Sailing City”, where acrobats, dancers, musicians and installation artists created events in collaboration with climate scientists, activists and engineers. A series of public events for all ages on the water and in harbor areas, the ship [...]

The Inflatable Refugee

By |2022-12-05T17:25:03+02:0029th of May 2016|

The Inflatable Refugee In May 2016, Hawila carried a special passenger on the roof of her galley: the inflatable refugee, an art installation created by the Belgian art collective Schellekens & Peleman. The creators say the artwork is “a symbol of the dehumanisation of the refugee and the current refugee crisis happening in [...]

Hawila Shipyard Assessment in Gilleleje

By |2022-12-05T19:21:45+02:001st of October 2015|

Hawila Shipyard Assessment in Gilleleje After a summer like we’d never known, one of collective work, cultural experiments and fervent restoration, Hawila Project set off to its first critical adventure in the middle of September. For the first time in years and our organisation’s history, Hawila tests the open ocean on the way [...]

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