ARTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS FESTIVAL 2023 WORKSHOPS
The Afro-diasporic Body with Bárbara Luci Carvalho [Brazil / Germany]
In The Afro-diasporic Body workshop, we will awaken the perception and empowerment of our body through the rhythm of Afro-Brazilian percussion and movements. We will start from the experiences of our body to initiate a circle of reflection on racism, discrimination or the conflicts of integration of Afro-descendant women in the diaspora.
June 21, 10:00 – 12:00
Belgrade Dance Institute [Bulevar vojvode Mišića 43]
Bárbara Luci Carvalho is a dancer, actress and theatre and dance teacher. She has been working in Frankfurt am Main since 2010 and is a member of the Antagon collective TheaterAKTion. Previously, she studied theatre education at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) in Brazil. She is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Choreography and Performance in Gießen. She has been the artistic director of the International Women’s Theatre Festival since 2017.
Intersections: Theatre Techniques and Human Rights with Jadranka Anđelić [Serbia]
How are reality and human rights refracted in a creative way through theater? The performance situation often stimulates the understanding of the cause of an event. We will work with theater techniques (viewpoints), group exercises and role play of situations from life, thus offering ways to utilize theater in work on human rights issues. We will seek answers to the questions: how do theater techniques develop relationships between people, respect for diversity, the desire to get to know the other? How to transform through theater disagreement into dialogue, rejection into cooperation, fear of social changes into a creative act?
junE, 22 – 23, 10:00 –13:00
Cultural Center Parobrod [Kapetan Mišina 6a]
Jadranka Anđelić is a theatre director and co-founder of Dah Theatre. Besides in DAH she worked internationaly and from 2008 to 2019, she lived and worked in Brazil, where she was the artistic director of the International Festival for Women in Performing Arts – MULTICIDADE, in Rio de Janeiro in 2015 and 2018. She received the Luigi Pirandello Award together with Dijana Milošević, a recognition given by Eugenio Barba in 1997. She won the Otto Rene Castillo Award for engaged theater with Dijana Milošević and Dah Theatre in New York in 2007, as well as the ERSTE Foundation INTEGRATION Award for the project the In/Visible City in 2009. With her performances and workshops, she toured all over Europe, Greenland, Mongolia, Morocco, New Zealand, USA, Singapore, and Great Britain.
Making a Solo Performance – From an Autobiographical Material to a Universal Story with Karolina Spaic [Serbia / Netherlands]
In this workshop, Karolina Spaić analyzes the process of creating a solo performance that is based on the autobiographical material of the performer, but at the same time becomes universal in order to communicate with the audience.
The workshop responds to the following questions: where to start, what steps to take and what awaits the performer-creator in this working process and personal journey? Karolina will take you through several stages of the creative
process and give you an insight into the ways to start working on a solo show. Some of the performances created will be invited to take part at the ExploreZ festival in May 2024 in Amsterdam.
june, 22 – 23, 14:00 – 17:00
Cultural Center Parobrod [Kapetan Mišina 6a]
Karolina Spaić is a theater director, founder and director of ZID Theater (2001) and ExploreZ festival in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She has directed multidisciplinary performances that toured many countries. She holds a degree from the Department of International Theater (Utrecht). Through her specialization at the International School of Theater Anthropology (ISTA), led by Eugenio Barba, she developed an intercultural approach to theatre. At ZID, she works with artists from all over the world, who create their own authentic theatrical language. In 2020, she was appointed a knight of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Order of Oranje-Nassau.
The School of Art of Perquin, Walls of Hope, is an international arts and human rights project of education, conflict resolution, crime prevention, diplomacy building, community development and the preservation of historic memory. Known as “The Perquin Model” this initiative has been successfully implanted in Guatemala, México, Argentine, Colombia, Switzerland, Germany, Northern Ireland, and the United States. Through the creation of collaborative murals, public art projects, urban interventions, etc., the focus of each art project is to give voice to the participants who are frequently survivors of political violence, to those who had been forgotten or purposely silenced.
Mural revealing with Claudia Bernardi, Staša Zajović and participants: Saturday, June 24, 19.00 [Silosi]
June 20 – 24, 10:00 –16:00
Silosi [Dunavski kej 46]
Claudia Bernardi is a printmaker, installation artist, and Community Arts practitioner working at the intersection of art and human rights. Born in Argentina, Bernardi was affected by the military junta (1976−1983) that caused 30,000 “desaparecidos”. Bernardi has been working with survivors of political violence for over thirty years in Latin America, Europe, and the United States. In 2005 Bernardi founded the School of Art of Perquin, Walls of Hope, El Salvador, a community-based and collaborative art initiative reaching children, youth, and adults. Bernardi is Professor of Community Arts and Diversity Studies at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, US.
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