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Building Conversation på KHiO

Starting last March, the Dutch Building Conversation is hosting a series of Impossible Conversations at the Oslo National Academy of Arts. Sign up with the links below.

During Impossible Conversation you enter into conversation with each other based on personal experiences related to a challenging topic.

You are invited to explore how we as persons and professionals relate to current themes like Freedom of expression, Exclusion and Climate Change. The different perspectives present in the group come together during the conversation. Impossible Conversation is inspired by a Jesuit method in which you slow down and connect personal images by writing, reading, and speaking together.

In May we conclude the series with two last Impossibe Conversations.

Sign up and join on:

Thursday 20 May 16:00 – 18:00 Impossible Conversation on Collectivity
Friday 28 May 15:00 – 17:00 Impossible Conversation on Freedom

Building Conversation is a platform for Dialogical Art, which concentrates where art, conversation and society meet. Born out of the longing and necessity to create spaces where we can be together and meet each other in a different way, to enable us to reflect upon what is seen as usual.