Sailing Circus Performance “Ripples”

By |2022-11-28T14:29:42+02:0030th of August 2022|

Sailing circus show Ripples Hawila Project continued its collaboration with the circus company Acting for Climate, with the artistic performance Ripples. Ripples is a contemporary circus performance about eco-grief and utopia, which sailed across the Baltic Sea to inspire people to act for a more sustainable future. The performance was played on [...]

Turning the Tide 2019

By |2022-11-29T13:06:01+02:0015th of September 2019|

Turning the Tide 2019   Hawila sailed in the Baltic Sea alongside the German sailing boat Lovis, with the aim of raising awareness and engaging in debates around climate justice. In each destination, the sailing group of activists, scientists, and artists was engaging local communities in debates, common activities and dialogue on [...]

Ship-Shape – Creative Learning 2016-2018

By |2022-11-29T11:14:42+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 [...]

Sailing to the European Ecovillage Conference 2018

By |2022-11-29T11:17:43+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 voyage took 25 people onboard together with a professional [...]

Hawila Festival 2015 and 2016

By |2022-11-18T16:34:04+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. [...]

The Inflatable Refugee

By |2022-11-29T14:50:19+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 [...]

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