Highlights

22 August 2019

Ode to the unwavering people of Afghanistan

Hjalmar Joffre-Eichhorn is a German-Bolivian theatre of the Oppressed practitioner whom we had the pleasure to meet on a number of occasions. In 2013 he presented a memorable performance together with his colleagues from AHRDO in Kabul at a festival in Utrecht, Holland. Since then, he unwaveringly brings grassroots arts activities in Afghanistan to the attention of an international readership. We are proud to help distribute his latest writing, a heartfelt plea for solidarity with community-based art in Afghanistan...read more

Cardboard Citizens is UK’s leading Theatre of the Oppressed organisation founded by theatre director Adrian Jackson who is still the head of the organisation. Adrian was a student of Augusto Boal …

Maati TV is a web based interactive video platform aimed at creating an alternative narrative of Pakistan that promotes peace, tolerance and democracy. The organisation - run by a young female …

Amparo González Sola (Argentina) - workshop

Dance as a relational practice: exploring reciprocity

Amparo is a choreographer, dancer, teacher, activist, and researcher from Argentina. …

A few weeks ago, Dr. Marcia Pompeo, sadly passed away. She was one of the pioneering scholars and practitioners of community theatre in Brazil. In May 2016, when …

Hjalmar Joffre-Eichhorn is a German-Bolivian theatre of the Oppressed practitioner whom we had the pleasure to meet on a number of occasions. …

APPALSHOP (USA)
FILM SCREENING AND WORKSHOP

Appalshop, a U.S. nonprofit cultural arts organization based in the mountainous central Appalachian coalfields …

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