Janne Robberstad

Welcome to my site! I work as a costume-designer and an artist, and creating, or ARTING as I prefer, makes me happy! This is both a portfolio of things I´ve made and a blog meant to inspire.

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Paris Air Show

Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Explaining the Global Science Opera in 30 seconds at ESA´s stand at the Paris Air Show. What an experience! And what an honor to meet all these brilliant people! A new generation of astro-phycisists and aero-space-engineers is already moving in to contribute with their excellence, both to the Moon Village initiative and to other space-programs. […]

ESA and WASO

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

From Da Vinci´s first sketch of a flying-machine… … to a newer satelite orbiting earth. We´ve come a long way! Several models are decorating the hallways at ESA ESTEC´s large facility. Over 2000 people work at this site alone. Below is SMART-1 On December 13th, the premiere of Moon Village will take place all over the world. […]

ESA!

Monday, March 27th, 2017

Best day ever! Visiting ESA ESTEC – The European Space Agency´s technical head-quarters here in Holland. Two full days of inspiration and information. Together with Mr Bernard Foing. Father of SMART-1, a real-life rocket scientist! and executive director of ESAs international Lunar Exploration Group. This is AMAZING! Our group-photo in front of the ESA space-station […]

ARTing in Portland

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

I´ve already been home for a couple of weeks, but wanted to share some great days in Portland with you. Some of my favorite ARTing-friends were gathered at Michelle´s studio above her office for a whole day of brownies, painting, talking and creating and just plain old having fun! Karla, Elizabeth, Michelle, Lulu, Janet, Deirdra, […]

Miyajima and Hiroshima

Saturday, October 22nd, 2016

So much beauty and so much memories of terror in one day! My last day in Japan, I took a day-trip to Hiroshima and Miyajima, a small island right outside Hiroshima. Despite it´s small size, you can find several Unesco world heritage sites here. Starting with the great Torii gate. It is a symbol of […]

Kyoto – geisha-spotting

Monday, October 17th, 2016

Today I visited the Nishijin textile centre & museum. They had their own kimono-fashion-show, a weavery and a big museum-shop. The best part however, was the dress-up-like-a-Japanese photo-shoot. I choose the more-is-more version of the 12 layered wedding-kimono! Full on with wig and makeup and the works. 12 layers of heavy silk over a pair […]

Kyoto – temple-town and shrine-city

Sunday, October 16th, 2016

Kyoto – the cultural and historical capital of Japan. 1,5 million citizens. And so many World Heritage Cutural sites! There is so much to see in this city, everywhere you turn, it seems. When I arrived, I walked to the Kyoto Museum of Modern Art. And right next to it, the Kyoto Museum of Traditional Crafts. […]

Naoshima

Friday, October 14th, 2016

Naoshima – the little art island of Japan. Recommended by Tanja Beer, the pioneer of eco-scenography. And when I come, I land in the middle of an art-festival! The Setouchi Triennale. As you can see on the map below, it includes some island-hopping to reach over everything. But I´vé stayed here in Naoshima for two […]

Kanazawa

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

I admit, I hadn´t heard of Kanazawa before, but now it´s a favorite city! So much culture, tradition and art, old and modern, in one place! Wow! If you´re ever going to Japan, try to make a stop in Kanazawa! Here are just a very few photos of what I experienced in one day in […]

National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

Stargazing at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. My trip to Japan has some incredible treats! I was invited by professor Agata to give a talk at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. It´s´is connected to my Master-research about eco-scenography within the Global Science Opera. I´m just a student, yet I am asked to speak […]

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