International Deafblind Congress in the Swiss Alps

International Deafblind Congress in the Swiss Alps

The coming June congress to self-expression and congenital deafblindness, which Berlin’s Oberlin Lebenswelten and Tanne organize, is no 08.15 congress. How could it be with this congress topic?

In the multi-sensual mountain world of Bergün, a UNESCO world heritage site, and cared for by the completely uncomplicated hospitality of the congress hotel, we focus entirely on a CREATIVE exchange around self-expression. This includes a film project for all participants – including those from performance groups with deafblindness. The project involves a highly networked filmmaker from Swiss school television.

Bergün is looking forward to the congress days. The 503 permanent inhabitants have never experienced anything like it. Almost the whole village is involved: The local council, the school, a large holiday home and two additional hotels for the three performance groups with people with deafblindness.

The congress tickets are almost sold out. Until April 20th you have the very last chance to get one of the few remaining seats:

See you soon for creative days full of exchange in Bergün? We would be thrilled!

  •  Mirko Baur, Director

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