With the world as arena...

Annika is a creative and performing artist, working simultaniously as creative consultant, project-leader, teacher, curator, facilitator and mentor.

Annika works nationally and internationally, in both the cultural and business sectors.

Annika possesses a large international network, a passion for communicating with, and connecting people across professions, nationalities, genders and ages.

Her many years of hands on experience in the performing arts, has given her unique management skills, an abiding passion for the arts, and an insider's understanding of creative and team processes.

Creator uendelig Practitioner


Annika is born in San Francisco, she grew up in Sweden and now she is based in Denmark.

With a background in athletics and visual art, she decided early to dedicate her life to creativity, art and culture.


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Global Stories

Annika is currently working with Ditte Bjerg / Global Stories in the production Marocco.
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Fabulous artist-in-residence and good reviews in the U.S.!

Annika has just returned home to Denmark after a tremendous period of work and artist-in-residence at DC Arts Center in Washington DC / US.
Here she has presented the critically acclaimed solo performance LET’S GET PERSONAL at DC Arts Center in Washington DC and at Hamner Theater in Nelson County/West Virginia.

Washington Times wrote:
"Annika B. Lewis bills her one-woman show, “Let’s Get Personal,” as “an absurd report from the happiest country in the world, with a personal commentary ranging somewhere between blind angles and clear views.” Although this country does not exist, Miss Lewis‘ description of it closely resembles the United States, where success comes from a carefully calculated fusion of self-help, self-promotion and self-deception. Miss Lewis stars as an insanely chipper productivity expert who, in between politically charged monologues, leads the audience in satirical breathing exercises designed to help them reach their truer, deeper selves (which are, in the end, as gullible as their falser, shallower selves). With its emphasis on programming people to be orderly and efficient in their personal and professional lives, and its reference to “Newspeak,” “Let’s Get Personal” is a darkly funny riff on George Orwell’s “1984.”

Artist-in-residens in Washington D.C.

Annika is invited as an artist-in-residens at D.C. Arts Center in Washington D.C. in October-November 2011.
Supported by DIVA - Statens Kunstråds Scenekunstudvalg.

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Moving Agendas, new festival in Aarhus;

Annika is now working as curator and producer at the brandnew festival Moving Agendas, that will run in Aarhus the 19 September - 24 September 2011.

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5 - 8 April; Connections Festival in Aarhus;

Tuesday the 5 April at 16.30 - 17.30: Lecture about Dance & Web 2.0 @ Hovedbiblioteket
Wednesday the 6 April at 11.00 - 14.00: Workshop Choreography 2.0 @ Archauz
Thursday the 7 April at 16.00 -17.00: Lecture about Dance meets Web @ Øst for Paradis
Friday the 8 April at 11.00 - 14.00: Workshop Open LAB @ Archauz
at  16.30-17.30: Sofa-lecture @ Hovedbiblioteket

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16 April at 13 - 20 at NyAveny in Copenhagen;

Performance at Scenekunstnere Uden Scene festival @ NyAveny in Copenhagen.

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Annika B. Lewis

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