Food In The Woods

Program Torsdag 3. september:

16:00  Tolne Four Elements Exhibition
Selected artworks from area artists in wood, stone, metal, and ceramics on and around the lawn of Tolne Skov.  Reception with wine and snacks, open to the public.

18:30 Tolne Skov Menu
Swedish herring, meatballs, chanterelle sauce, potatoes, cucumber salad, ligonberry sauce, lumpa bread, dessert,
Købes som supplement til koncertbillet: kr. 225,-
BESTILLES PÅ TELEFON: 98 93 29 39

kl. 20.00 Koncert
Kolonien 

Bar
Selection of outstanding local beer, organic sodas. 

Højt til loftet

Kulturhus Kappelborg – hvor vi samles. I alle aldre. Inde og ude. Sommer og vinter. Til fornøjelse og forundring. Til glæde og engagement. 

Kappelborg er Skagens helt særlige kulturhus. Hos os mødes lokale og gæster i alle aldre til fornøjelse og forundring året rundt. Indenfor finder du bibliotek, biograf, musikskole og scene, hvor publikum får særlige tæt-på-oplevelser inden for musik, teater, foredrag og meget mere. Udenfor ligger Skagens største legeplads, den populære skaterbane, Skagen Skater, og byrummet ”Skolemarken”, hvor der er mulighed for at tage en pause, inden du igen skal ud i byens mylder. 

Flere af byens foreninger holder også til her. En af dem er Skagen Viseklub, som har eksisteret i mere 40 år, – de seneste 8 år på Kappelborg. Klubben mødes så godt som hver onsdag kl. 19 året rundt – og for lokale som for byens gæster, turister og andre viseklubber er døren altid åben. 

Med kun 3 minutters gang fra togstation og taxa-holdeplads er her nemt at komme såvel til som fra – uanset om I bor i Skagen eller kommer langvejs fra for at få en god oplevelse i godt selskab.

Keramik og lokalpatriotisme

Greg og Janne er keramikere. Med værksted i Tolne på den gamle gæstgivergaard, hvor de i tager imod kursister, turister og gæster til kaffe, hjemmebagt kage eller Onsdags-Pizza fra brændefyret pizzaovn.

Greg og Janne er værter for koncerten i Tolne Skovpavillon, der ligger midt i hjertet af Naturpar Tolne – en af naturperlerne i Nordjylland. Pavillonen blev bygget i 1908, og er gennem de seneste 10 år blevet renoveret og en helt ny sidebygning, er rejst (her skal koncerten med Kolonien afholdes).

Program Torsdag 3. september:

16:00  Tolne Four Elements Exhibition
Selected artworks from area artists in wood, stone, metal, and ceramics on and around the lawn of Tolne Skov.  Reception with wine and snacks, open to the public.

18:30 Tolne Skov Menu
Swedish herring, meatballs, chanterelle sauce, potatoes, cucumber salad, ligonberry sauce, lumpa bread, dessert,
Købes som supplement til koncertbillet: kr. 225,-
BESTILLES PÅ TELEFON: 98 93 29 39

kl. 20.00 Koncert
Kolonien
 
Bar
Selection of outstanding local beer, organic sodas. 

Læs mere:
Fra Tolne Gæstgivergaards hjemmeside:

Do you love ceramics? Are you a master of electric and gas firing? Have you been working together for a while in a group, and are looking for new experiences and sources of inspiration? Why not reserve a special week or weekend for your group of 8 to 12 persons to deepen your skill set at Tolne Gjæstgivergaard? It is a chance to work together with new materials, techniques and firings in a focused, interesting way, with great food in a relaxed setting.  We speak Danish, German, English, and Japanese, and love having people from all over the world visit us.

You can gain new understandings of clay materials and glazes, by making special firings using salt, soda, and wood.  At Tolne Gjæstgivergaard, the is lodging and studio space for 10 to 14 ceramic course members.  The workshop is well equipped, and we have diverse clay bodies, slips, glazes, and firing techniques. It’s also possible to invite an international instructor that you’re interested in, to present about topics that you’re specifically interested in, like luster firing, plaster mould making, or woodfired raku.

Your hosts at Tolne Gjæstgivergaard:
Janne Hieck was apprentice and journeyman in Germany, prior to taking her Master Potter certification from the Keramik School at Landshut. She has an interest in earthenware, soda, and wood fired pottery.  She spends a lot of time working with glazes and clay combinations, occasionally leads workshops internationally, and has exhibited widely
Gregory Hamilton Miller studied in Minnesota, where he got interested in Hamada Shoji, and met Warren MacKenzie, prior to moving to Mashiko, Japan, where he was an apprentice to Hamada’s student Shimaoka Tatsuzo. While there, he developed a love for Japanese ceramics and community. He is interested in slip glazing, raw firing, salt, and wood firing.  Gregory has lectured, exhibited and taught widely around the world, and also leads tours to ceramic communities in Japan.