PORTAL11 Program
Friday, June 16
Alkotók Tábora
Mike Pohjola
David Kara
Sándor Mesterházi
József Lőrincz
Zbigniew Janczukowicz
Bálint Márk Túri
Ágnes Alma Upor
Nina Runa Essendrop
Daniel Fidelman
Norbert Bede, Judit Vitális
Orsolya Breitenstein, Asoum Alagha
Márk Nemes
Louis Breton
Patrycja Paula Gas
Mátyás Hartyándi
Valentin Forján
Mike Pohjola - Portal News
PORTAL11 Program
Saturday, June 17
David Bassuk
Nina Runa Essendrop
Dimitar Uzunov
Fanni Lakos
Olaru Andrei
Klára Cserne
Amy van der Zee
Zoltán Szabó
Valentin Forján
Zbigniew Janczukowicz
József Lőrincz
Máté Zsoldos
Anja Lotte Kastelic
Péter Baki
Lucija Tanzer Mihoković
Lucija Tanzer Mihoković
Lisa Wolfrum + Matt Schiller
David Bassuk
Nina Runa Essendrop
Melanie Dorey
Vas és Varázs - Iron & Magic Roleplaying Club
Alkotók Tábora
PORTAL11 Program
Sunday, June 18
Veronika Petrova
Laura Csúcs
Dimiar Uzanov
George Vlaykov
Márk Pelle
Márk Nemes
Péter Baki
Kiss Tibor - Dii
Ágnes Alma Upor
Virág Varga, Anna Bakó
Alkotók Tábora
Let’s go back to our roots and explore where our stories come from. What are the origins of larp? What are the roots of our beautiful tree? How deep do they penetrate? What are the traditions that came before larp? Where does our inspiration come from?
The way we participate in stories may be unique, but we are not the only tree in the forest. From our branches vines, lianas and climbers reach out and connect to other trees.
What can we learn from immersive theatre? What is a theatre adventure game? How can larp be educational?

Program Branches

Join us at Portal 11 as we explore the roots and vines of our larp tree.

    Let's take a trip back in time and explore the origins of larp. What are the traditions that inspire larp designers today? We're looking for program elements that dive deep into the past of larp, uncovering the themes and inspirations that have driven us forward.

    While larp may be a unique form of storytelling, we're not the only tree in the forest. Join us as we reach out and connect with other forms of immersive experiences. What can we learn from these different approaches to storytelling?

    At Portal 11, we're continuing our journey of exploring the place of larp in the world of education & adult education. How can larp be used to teach new skills, foster creativity, and build community?


    Designing a larp is like building a treehouse: a creative and challenging process that involves crafting a unique and immersive experience for players to climb into and explore. This branch is focused on exploring the art and craft of larp design.
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Join us at Portal 11 as we explore the roots and vines of our larp tree. From its origins and inspirations to its connections with other forms of participative storytelling, we will delve into the past, present, and future of live-action role-playing.

This conference brings together larp enthusiasts from around Europe and the world to share their experiences and ideas, and to learn from one another through workshops, panels, and interactive activities.

We will also examine the role of larp in adult education and consider its potential for fostering connections and promoting play and experimentation Portal 11 is a unique opportunity to connect with other larpers and discover new perspectives on this exciting medium.

Don't miss out on this journey
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