Programme for Telling Embodied Stories: Girlhood, Memory and Art

Telling_symposium (FINAL JPEG)Program for 11.12.2015

10.00 – 10.15 Opening of symposium
10.15 Anna Järvinen, Artist & Musician
Det var inget (Presentation in Swedish)
11.00 Bodil Formark, Umeå University & Kajsa Widegren, Gothenburg University
Akademiskt flickskrot (Presentation in Swedish)
11.30 Maarit Leskelä-Kärki, University of Turku
Dreaming Annabel. Narrative strategies in Tales of Us by Goldfrapp
12.00 – 12.45 LUNCH BREAK
12.45 Anna Biström, University of Helsinki
Rebell, geni, dagboksskrivande flicka: Skiftande bilder och äkta äkthet i Eva Dahlgrens konstnärskap (Presentation in Swedish)
13.15 Heta Mulari, University of Turku
The Girl in the Wig and Doing a Split: Embodied Readings of Chandelier by Sia Furler
13.45 Linda Forsell, Director PotatoPotato
I den bästa av tjejvärldar: En livsomvälvande resa i femininiteters potential
(Presentation in Swedish)
14.15 Myry Voipio, University of Jyväskylä
”The Overweight Unicorn”: Re-Writing Embodied Meanings and
Personal Memories about Girlhood
14.45 – 15.15 Discussion & Closing of symposium
 

The symposium is free of charge, but registration is mandatory! If you wish to participate – please register via the following link

If you have questions please contact Heta Mulari at heta.mulari(at)utu.fi

The symposium will be followed by a gig by Anna Järvinen (with Tapio Viitasaari) at Dynamo in Turku (Linnankatu 7). Other artist of the evening will be Kimi Kärki (with Anna-Elena Pääkkölä). Here you can join the event and buy tickets!

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  1. Pingback: TELLING EMBODIED STORIES: GIRLHOOD, MEMORY, AND ART | IIPC

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