Author Archives: AH
February 23-25, 2010
Hector Aristizabal recently performed ‘Nightwind’ at Anderson University, Indiana. The performance was followed by two workshops: ‘Awaken Your Imagination’, open to all, and ‘Transformational Teaching’, with students and faculty members from Anderson University.
Here is what Marion Osborne Berky had to say about Hector’s visit:
Students are still talking about your work with them […]
In this issue:
Upcoming Workshops – LA, Indiana and Ohio
AHRDO website launch – Afghanistan
AFSC Speaker series
Hector Aristizabal on KPFK
YJC – Los Angeles
PTO Conference, Texas
The Blessing Next to the Wound
‘Stolen Pomegranates’, a poem by Vivien Sansour
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AFSC, Los Angeles
March 5th and 6th 2010
Awaken Your Imagination!
Theatre Workshop With
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Awaken Your […]
Friends’ Peace Dialogue – Speaker Series
Featuring Liz Grover, Hector Aristizabal and other guests.
At the age of 22, Liz Grover bought a one-way ticket to Afghanistan with only $100 in her pocket and no job lined up. Within 2 weeks, she landed a job as a journalist, and later hired by the United Nations to facilitate […]
Join us on March 5th and 6th at the AFSC for Awaken Your Imagination, an experiential workshop for anyone seeking personal or social change.
For details and registration information, click on the link: AFSC Workshop
Watch the interview with Hector on YouTube
Interview by Scilla Wahrhaftig, American Friends Service committee Pittsburgh
An Interview by Robert Klement with Hector Aristizabal held at the end of a 5-day workshop on Theatre of the Oppressed in Milan, Italy.
Image by Angelo Miramonti
ImaginAction added its voice to others this April, marching to close the School of the Americas (SOA) and end U.S. aided militarism in South America and abroad. here for another video by Eddie Becker regarding the creation of these giants.
27 peaceful activists were arrested at the culmination of this April’s actions. ImaginAction stands in […]
With partner organization ImaginAction, The Playhouse co-created two community-devised Forum Plays. This video documents the first Forum Play devised during our first year of a new initiative titled Mi Historia, Mi Manera, which aims to increase arts participation amongst Latina/o adults. During our first year, we co-created 17 workshops with the Latino/a community using Theatre […]
Ocupación: Bilin agrega algo nuevo a sus protestas
El pueblo famoso por sus exitosas protestas desarolla una residencia artística, pero el éxito de los aldeanos ha atraído a muchos turistas de conflicto”
Durante una manifestación ondea la bandera palestina en la aldea de Bilin 29 de agosto 2014 (AFP)
Bilin, Cisjordania Ocupada: 9 de Octubre, un grupo de […]
We will not die in silence…
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A ‘sudden village’ in Bil’in
Given the fact that I have been working for many years as a writer, I decided to do some blogging for and during ImaginAction’s theatre and art project in Bil’in (Palestine). So I started […]