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Arts and Community Organizing Workshop

A creative and interactive community dialogue

 


Sunday, November 20th, 3:00pm

Pangea World Theater, 711 W. Lake St. (inside Calhoun Bldg.)

Hyphe-NATIONS presents their final community workshop in a series of four.

Participants will join a lively and creative discussion around ways to use the visual and performing arts as strategies to advance the struggle for social justice. Participants will discuss challenges, successes, and techniques to clarify and promote messages, organize and create community.

Gustavo Boada (master puppeteer) and Ricardo Levins Morales (visual artist, writer, and more) will be among the workshop facilitators.

Fall 2011 community workshop schedule:

1. Popular Education: Sun., 8/21, 3:00 pm

2. Embodiment Education: Sun., 9/18, 3:00pm

3. Immigration Panel: Sun., 10/16, 3:00pm

4. Arts and Community Organizing: Sun., 11/20, 3:00pm

All workshops are free, bilingual Spanish to English with interpretation support, raffle, snacks, & childcare.

Hyphe-NATIONS in the Twin Cities Daily Planet: http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/news/2011/10/20/latino-and-somali-immigrants-exchange-stories-through-pangea-s-hyphe-nations-project

Hyphe-NATIONS on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hyphe-NATIONS-Naciones-Conectadas/189068397803148

Hyphe-NATIONS: Immigrant Matters—América Latina is a community-based theatre program designed to address issues facing the Latina/o immigrant community of the Twin Cities. This program is sponsored by Pangea World Theater.

About Pangea World Theater: http://pangeaworldtheater.org/

Founded in 1995, Pangea World Theater illuminates the human condition, celebrates cultural differences, and promotes human rights by creating and presenting international, multi-disciplinary theatre.

 

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