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Vom Geschichten (er)finden. Schreibwerkstatt mit Chantal-Fleur Sandjon

In the organizer's words:

Writing workshop as part of the Diversity Day

Do stories find us or are they invented? In this workshop, we will explore this question in a playful, writing-based way and become (inventors) of narrative threads and fragments. We will trace their origins and reflect on whether and how this process is rooted in our own biographies and experiences.
No previous experience necessary. In German spoken language, in writing with space for all languages.

About Chantal-Fleur Sandjon
Chantal-Fleur Sandjon is an Afro-German author, editor and process facilitator. Her novel for young adults "Die Sonne, so strahlend und Schwarz" was published in July 2022 and is one of the first Black, queer novels by a German-speaking author. As an author and spoken word artist, she is particularly interested in the multi-layered portrayal of Black life in Germany, writing in the past, present and future.

Registration is requested by Mon, 27.05.2024 at

In cooperation with the Bücherhalle Hamburg. Supported by the program 360° - Fund for Cultures of the New Urban Society of the German Federal Cultural Foundation.

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Price information:

Museum admission (9.50/5€ with concession). Free admission up to the age of 18.


MARKK Rothenbaumchaussee 64 20148 Hamburg

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