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'''Forum''' is a Danish [[larp con|congress]] for role-players. Its focus was originally on larp rather than pen and paper RPG, but over the years it has become a venue for both.
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Forum usually lasts 3 days, spanning from Friday to Sunday. Its programme consists primarily of talks, debates, and a very extravagant auction, but since 2012 it has also been the venue of a scenario competition for [[short story scenario]]s called [[Project Særimner]].  
<p>'''Forum''' is a Danish congress for role-players. Its focus was originally on larp rather than pen and paper RPG, but over the years it has become a venue for both. </p>
 
 
 
<p>Forum usually lasts 3 days, spanning from Friday to Sunday. Its programme consists primarily of talks, debates, and a very extravagant auction, but since 2012 it has also been the venue of a scenario competition for [[short story scenario]]s called [[Project Særimner]]. </p>
 
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
<p>The first Forum was held in 2000. It was organised by [[Morten Gade]], [[Jesper Bruun]], [[Jesper Donnis]], and [[Mikkel Sander]]. At the time it was intended as a “[[Knutepunkt]] light”, but with a national scope rather than an international one. The convention was organised as a private venture. Not until later did it become financed by the national Danish organisation, [[Bifrost]].
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The first Forum was held in 2000. It was organised by [[Morten Gade]], [[Jesper Bruun]], [[Jesper Donnis]], and [[Mikkel Sander]]. At the time it was intended as a “[[Knutepunkt]] light”, but with a national scope rather than an international one. The convention was organised as a private venture. Not until later did it become financed by the national Danish organisation, [[Bifrost]].
  
 
==List of Forums==
 
==List of Forums==
 
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! Conference
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!Conference
! Location & time
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!Location & time
! Main organiser(s)
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!Main organiser(s)
 
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|Forum 2000
 
|Forum 2000
|Copenhagen, [[Denmark]]
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|Copenhagen, Denmark
|Morten Gade, Jesper Bruun, Jesper Donnis, Mikkel Sander
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|Morten Gade
 
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|Forum 2001
 
|Forum 2001
|Copenhagen, [[Denmark]]
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|Copenhagen, Denmark
|[[Claus Raasted Herløvsen]], Mads Ahola, Carsten Andreasen, Lene Arvad Dam
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|[[Claus Raasted]], Mads Ahola, Carsten Andreasen, Lene Arvad Dam
 
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|-
 
|Forum 2008
 
|Forum 2008
|Copenhagen, [[Denmark]]
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|Copenhagen, Denmark
|Troels Barkholt, Claus Raasted
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|[[Troels Barkholt-Spangsbo|Troels Barkholt]]
 
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|-
 
|Forum 2009
 
|Forum 2009
|Copenhagen, [[Denmark]]
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|Copenhagen, Denmark
 
|Søren Ebbehøj
 
|Søren Ebbehøj
 
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|-
 
|Forum 2010
 
|Forum 2010
|Copenhagen, [[Denmark]]
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|Copenhagen, Denmark
|Sofie Støvelbæk
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|Sofie Støvelbæk, Signe Løndahl Hertel
 
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|-
 
|Forum 2011
 
|Forum 2011
|Copenhagen, [[Denmark]]
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|Copenhagen, Denmark
|Sofie Støvelbæk
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|Sofie Støvelbæk, Signe Løndahl Hertel
 
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|-
 
|Forum 2012
 
|Forum 2012
|Fyn, [[Denmark]]
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|Fyn, Denmark
 
|Astrid S. Andersen, [[Nynne Søs Rasmussen]], Ann Kristine Eriksen, Naya Marie Nord
 
|Astrid S. Andersen, [[Nynne Søs Rasmussen]], Ann Kristine Eriksen, Naya Marie Nord
 
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|-
 
|Forum 2013
 
|Forum 2013
|Fyn, [[Denmark]]
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|Fyn, Denmark
 
|Nynne Søs Rasmussen, Astrid S. Andersen
 
|Nynne Søs Rasmussen, Astrid S. Andersen
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|Forum 2014
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|Odense, Denmark
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|Lau K. Lauritzen, Gaffa Brandt
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|Forum 2015
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|Odense, Denmark
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|Lau K. Lauritzen, Gaffa Brandt
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|Forum 2016
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|Gelsted, Denmark
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|Jonas Kragegaard, Søren Lyng Ebbehøj, Naya Marie Nord
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|Forum 2017
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|Fyn, Denmark
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|Sofie Støvelbæk, René Bokær, Naya Marie Nord, Søren Lyng Ebbehøj, [[Troels Barkholt-Spangsbo]], Ann Kristine Eriksen, Maja Toft Løvbakke
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|Forum 2018
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|Fyn, Denmark
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|Uffe V. Jensen, Eva Mærsk, Morten Pedersen, Louise Helth van Sprang
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|Forum 2019
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|Aalborg, Denmark
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|Uffe V. Jensen, Jacob Schulze
 
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[[Category:Larp cons in Denmark]]

Latest revision as of 17:20, 1 July 2020

Forum is a Danish congress for role-players. Its focus was originally on larp rather than pen and paper RPG, but over the years it has become a venue for both.

Forum usually lasts 3 days, spanning from Friday to Sunday. Its programme consists primarily of talks, debates, and a very extravagant auction, but since 2012 it has also been the venue of a scenario competition for short story scenarios called Project Særimner.

History

The first Forum was held in 2000. It was organised by Morten Gade, Jesper Bruun, Jesper Donnis, and Mikkel Sander. At the time it was intended as a “Knutepunkt light”, but with a national scope rather than an international one. The convention was organised as a private venture. Not until later did it become financed by the national Danish organisation, Bifrost.

List of Forums

Conference Location & time Main organiser(s)
Forum 2000 Copenhagen, Denmark Morten Gade
Forum 2001 Copenhagen, Denmark Claus Raasted, Mads Ahola, Carsten Andreasen, Lene Arvad Dam
Forum 2008 Copenhagen, Denmark Troels Barkholt
Forum 2009 Copenhagen, Denmark Søren Ebbehøj
Forum 2010 Copenhagen, Denmark Sofie Støvelbæk, Signe Løndahl Hertel
Forum 2011 Copenhagen, Denmark Sofie Støvelbæk, Signe Løndahl Hertel
Forum 2012 Fyn, Denmark Astrid S. Andersen, Nynne Søs Rasmussen, Ann Kristine Eriksen, Naya Marie Nord
Forum 2013 Fyn, Denmark Nynne Søs Rasmussen, Astrid S. Andersen
Forum 2014 Odense, Denmark Lau K. Lauritzen, Gaffa Brandt
Forum 2015 Odense, Denmark Lau K. Lauritzen, Gaffa Brandt
Forum 2016 Gelsted, Denmark Jonas Kragegaard, Søren Lyng Ebbehøj, Naya Marie Nord
Forum 2017 Fyn, Denmark Sofie Støvelbæk, René Bokær, Naya Marie Nord, Søren Lyng Ebbehøj, Troels Barkholt-Spangsbo, Ann Kristine Eriksen, Maja Toft Løvbakke
Forum 2018 Fyn, Denmark Uffe V. Jensen, Eva Mærsk, Morten Pedersen, Louise Helth van Sprang
Forum 2019 Aalborg, Denmark Uffe V. Jensen, Jacob Schulze