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Welcome to MAL2!

MAL2 is a creativity project with workshops free of charge for all people who want to be creative together: For refugees and residents, for people of all ages. Always in the center stands the red MAL2 table where all get together and start together.

With our table we are travelling across Schwäbisch Hall. At different locations we will run our workshops. Our program includes painting and many other artistic techniques, theatre and creative writing as well as dance, performance and poetry slam. In no workshop any special skills or experiences are required!

Everybody is invited to experiment, play and discover at ease. Our aim is to bring people together, to start intercultural dialogues and to initiate creative teams.

Some of the workshop teachers are freelance artists, others long-time teachers at the adult education centre (Volkshochschule) and other educational institutions. All of them are experienced in intercultural dialogues.

We are preparing special workshops for school classes, integration courses and other educational initiatives.

On Sunday, September 23, from 2 to 6 p.m. MAL2 will start with an exciting "creative afternoon" in the train station Schwäbisch Hall.

MAL2 is a project by Club Alpha 60 e.V., in cooperation with the Volkshochschule and the Mehrgenerationentreff Schwäbisch Hall. The project is conceived and organised by the Büro für Soziokultur, Schwäbisch Hall.


How can I participate?

The participation in the workshops is free of charge for everybody!

Some workshops require a simple registration by call, whatsapp or mail at the Büro für Soziokultur (address below). In workshops that are held over several days you should take part every day. If this is not possible for some reason - please let us know!

Important: Our teachers are no interpreters. So that all participants can work well together, basic knowledge of German is necessary. In some workshops English is also sufficient. Please ask us about that!

For all questions and for the registration please contact:
Büro für Soziokultur
Thomas Huber
0791 49974901
0171 4741862 (also WhatsApp)
upcoming:

with Sumiko Shoji
Friday, December 14, 2018
6 - 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, December 15 and 16,  2018
2 - 5 p.m.
Haus der Bildung, room N 107
with Andreas Entner
Monday, December 17, 2018 and January 14, 2019
6 - 9 p.m.
Friday, January 18, 2019
from 5 p.m., public presentation at 7:30 p.m.
Office Freilichtspiele, Im Haal 14, (orange building), meeting point in front of the building, right entrance
Büro für Soziokultur
0791 49974901
0171 4741862
MAL2 creative together
workshops and projects
fall/winter 2018/2019
MAL2 is a project by Club Alpha 60 e.V.
in cooperation with Volkshochschule Schwäbisch Hall e.V. and Mehrgenerationentreff im Haus der Bildung.
Concept, Organisation, PR + Artwork:
Büro für Soziokultur, Schwäbisch Hall.



Information and registration
© Büro für Soziokultur and the project partners, 2018

© Büro für Soziokultur and the project partners, 2018
MAL2 is funded by the Ministry for Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg, the city of Schwäbisch Hall, the Lions Club and the Rotary Club Schwäbisch Hall.
MAL 2 will be documented by film and media students of the University
for Applied Sciences Ansbach (HAW).
Many thanks for the support:
GWG Grundstücks- und Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Schwäbisch Hall mbH and Hans Graef for the provision of spaces for the workshops.
Initiative Brückenbauer, Marwa Radwan and Ihsan Hikal for translation.
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