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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Del deseo a la acción: cómo vincular Arcoiris del Deseo y activismo, 30 junio-3 julio de 2011 en España
Héctor Aristizábal nos invita una vez más a explorar la mente y las emociones, los deseos y los mitos combinandouna serie de herramientas del arsenal del Teatro del Oprimido y otras como los cuentos, el ritual o los Council circles … Continue reading
Friends: Steph Greegor has written a wonderful article about Hector’s work in Columbus, OH! The article can be found here .
We would like to invite you to attend Galliagh Stories, three performances that have been developed by members of the Galliagh community in collaboration with ICAN (International Cultural Arts Network) and the Playhouse in Derry, N. Ireland. Hector has been … Continue reading
March 16, 5:00-7:00 PM Hector Aristizábal will perform Nightwind and offer a Theatre of the Oppressed workshop at Soka University (which was founded upon the Buddhist principles of peace, human rights and the sanctity of life) in Aliso Viejo, California. … Continue reading
April 14th Diane Lefer will offer a crash course in political theatre to Theatre for Social Justice students and will discuss with the Ecology of War and Peace class how the Colombian situation has particular relevance to their subject.
Can students in the Media Literacy class distinguish fact from fiction in reporting and commentary about torture? In an interactive presentation on April 5, Diane Lefer will find out.
Hector will be performing Nightwind tonight (Friday, February 11th) at The Playhouse in Derry, Northern Ireland. The performance will be followed by a workshop to process the play.
Hector and Diane have been invited to participate in the First International Theatre Festival in Barrancabermejo, May 21-29, with programming dedicated to peace and mutual understanding. They will join artists (including musicians, writers, muralists, and documentary filmmakers) from all over … Continue reading
During his visit to Oberlin, Hector will collaborate closely with Oberlin Street Law high school and college students on the issue of food justice. He will give multiple workshops at Oberlin High School and take students to the Grafton Prison. … Continue reading