Performing Resistance, Dialogues on Arts, Migrations, Inclusive Cities is an International Online Summer School promoted within the Atlas of Transitions project, curated by Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione, Department of Sociology and Economics Law of the University of Bologna and Cantieri Meticci.
This Refugee Week (15 – 21 June 2020), we’re inviting you to explore the theme of ‘Imagine’. Because when things feel stuck; when the old ways of doing things are no longer working, that’s what we need to do.
The Migrant Dramaturgies Network is looking for first-generation migrant theatre and performance makers based in Bristol and the South West for a one-day ideas’ exchange to meet, discuss and share perspectives on artistic and creative practices informed by migration to the UK.
Poet and writer Edin Suljic and musician/artist Martin Lau question and explore how a sense of belonging to a place, to a tribe, to a nation, to a country is formed; why do we fear 'otherness' and how we become bound to each other.
Art Refuge uses art and art therapy to support the mental health and well-being of people displaced due to conflict, persecution and poverty, both in the UK and internationally. Building on their work with refugees, they invite you to sit around a virtual community table and help create a patchwork tablecloth.
All welcome: every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 5-6pm LIVE ON FACEBOOK - join the Play for Progres family of performers, well-being practitioners, artists and young people for live performances, classes, sharings and more.
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