Culture & Performance Base camp
Experience the International Folk College way
Strengthen Your Performance in Your Career, Work, Education, with a Stay at International Folk College Snoghøj
We offer you a valuable stay, where you will gain knowledge, practice skills, and develop yourself using artistic processes. The Danish International Folk College is an excellent way of doing this. At Snoghøj you will be challenged, you will expand your cultural and artistic horizon and discover new sides of yourself. This unique experience along with our native Danish students is offered in courses of 18, 22, or 40. The course is also a perfect start if you want to study at a Danish university or if you want to qualify for a job in Denmark. During the course, you will be educated in all relevant aspects of Europe and Denmark. All classes are in English. Besides all the different subjects within the school, there will be various trips to significant places in Denmark where you will experience Danish culture.
Culture, but also plenty of Sustainability and Performance!
Not only will you get an in-depth perspective of our globalised world, but you will also get a unique experience of Danish culture. Denmark is at the forefront of sustainability and our international college, everyday life revolves around human sustainability, performance, and performative learning.
The Danish Folk College Way
Attending the course is more than just attending a regular school. You will live, sleep, and eat at the school. This gives you the chance to develop yourself 24/7 in a creative and social environment. You will be a part of an international group with fellow students from all over the world. This will create a vibrant, creative, and diverse atmosphere. The students from the other Base Camps are mainly Danish students, and they will give you an insight into Danish lifestyle and culture.
As a student, you will be an active part of the living and learning community at the school. Co-creation is one af the most needed competencies in the 21st century, and, therefore, you are highly encouraged to share your opinion and contribute in a practical way to the continous development of the program and our curriculum.
Performance studies draw on and synthesize approaches from a wide variety of disciplines including performing arts, social sciences, feminist studies, gender studies, history, psychoanalysis, queer theory, semiotics, ethology, cybernetics, area studies, media studies, popular culture theory, and cultural studies.
In terms of work, education, and sex, “to perform” is to do something up to a standard – to succeed, to excel. In the arts, “to perform” is to put on a show, a play, a dance, a concert. In everyday life, “to perform” is to be conscious about your actions and be able set your own standards, to lead yourself. As never before, people in the 21st century live by means of performance and self-leadership.