Schadeprisen 2019 It is a great honor that we at Krabbesholm Højskole have the opportunity to give away the Schade award again this year. The Schade award have been founded by Krabbesholm Højskole and JyllandsPosten. The prize is 100.000 kr. donated by Skive municipality as a part of their scheme to recognise Skive as a literary community.
The Schade award is given to a cross aesthetic work from last year, that address the general public in a literary cutting edge way in order to expand the anatomy of literature by letting the written word merge with other aesthetical expressions. That being picture, sculpture, architecture, graphic design, film, sound, performances or other disciplines, media and genres.
Following are nominated for the Schade Award:
The exhibition "Cirkelbryder* by Sophia Kalkau og Ursula Andkjær Olsen
Alexandertrilogien by Monia Sander
Rede by Stense Andrea Lind-Valdan
Havbrevene by Siri Ranva Hjelm Jacobsen og Dorte Naomi
The five are nominees are nominated by a board consisting of Laura Ringo, Palle Weis, Ida Marie Hede and Gitte Broeng
The winner is to be .
We are looking forward to the award event the 7th of December at 3pm.
Alexandertrilogien – Is a performance essay in three acts and Monia Sander is nominated to the Schade Award 2019 for her complicated but tremendously entertaining book that portrays modern life.
Photo: Lina Hashim (portrait) og Jon Stahn (exhibition)
Ursula Andkjær Olsen og Sophia Kalkau are nominated to the Schade award 2019 for their exhibition Cirkelbryder in Den Sorte Diamant at The Royal Danish Library. (Photo: Anders Sune Berg (exhibition) og Sarah Giersing (portrait).
AKT1 Invites Nordic authors, poets, playwrights and other writing artists to write new drama – with a dogma that you have to be a debuting playwright. The script will be performed live in front og an audience, with young actors behind the microphones. AKT1 are nominated to the Schade Award 2019 for their groundbreaking radiodrama.
Rede is nominated to the Schade Award 2019 for its brave and atypical portray of the love between children and parents and for the way illustrations and text interact with each other. Rede is a sensitive piece of work about a mothers love for her son. (Photo: Stense Andrea Lind-Valdan, portrait: Lærke Posselt)
Havbrevene is nominated to the Schade Award 2019 for its unique interplay between text and illustrations that gives nature a touching and tender voice.
(Photo: Kajsa Gullberg and Jakob Storm)
In this podcast you can hear Krabbesholm’s literature teacher and author Laura Ringo, author Ida Marie Hede and author Gitte Broeng talk about the Schade Award. They are all in the Schade Award jury.