How To Not End the Story
Saturday Oct. 1 at 12:00

How To Not End the Story

by ÅFCo

Join London-based collective mother tongues for an event that grows organically from their recent residency in Aarhus.

A Nature Walk: Living Archives and Intention
Based on ideas from the texts Emergent Strategy by Adrienne Maree Brown and Is Life a Cabaret? A Living Archive of the ‘Other’ by Mama Alto and Sue McKemmish, we invite you to join us on a nature walk through Moesgård Forest to explore ways of introducing intention, change and adaptability into our lives through the embodied experience of a living archive of the forest.
This will be followed by a picnic on the beach.

Practical information: meet at the Moesgård museum bus stop (where the bus 18 stops) at 12 midday. Some light snacks and hot drinks will be provided, but please also bring some food to share at the picnic.

If you have any accessibility requirements, please let us know so we can adapt the programme by writing to

The event will take place in English.

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mother tongues is an interdisciplinary and research-led project applying decolonial, feminist and queer theory in exploring language and identity.
mother tongues were hosted by Århus Feminist Collective and rum46 in 2022 as part of the annual programme værker der gør ondt/art that hurts


Moesgaard bus 18 busstop
Approximately Moesgaard Allé 19
8270 Århus/Højbjerg