Hector Aristizábal in Vrede Van Utrecht Festival 2013- Utrecht, Holland, June 20-21

 

Hector Aristizábal will be participating in the program of  Vrede Van Utrecht Festival 2013,one of the many activities that have being created to celebrate the 300 years of peace since the Treaty of Utrecht.

In this Theater festival you will have the amazing opportunity to see and experience some of the most avant garde community based theatre groups and forms, aswell as to attend to many of their shows. Just as an appetizer, Theatre of Witness (Teya Sepinuck), Yuyachkani group from Peru, Caja Ludica from Guatemala, Hjalmar Joffre-Eichon from Afghanistan, Combatants for Peace from Palestine-Israel and many others will be presenting their work….You don’t want to miss this opportunity!!!

 

Hector´s work in collaboration with Max Gillespie and Matt Jennings is presented as Workshop #8 in Day 1:

8. The art of survival: theatre of torture and hope
In this performance workshop, the Columbian actor Hector Aristizábal (Imaginaction), British campaigner Max Gillespie (Freedom from Torture) and Matt Jennings (Northumbria University) will examine the strength of art in the struggle against torture. Hector will also present his own solo performance Nightwind, in which he draws on his own experiences and those of his brother in the Medellín of the 1990s. Max has been working with the victims and perpetrators of torture for over twenty years, based on a shamanist approach. He will talk about some of the people and stories he has encountered in his therapeutic practice. The presentations will be followed by an audience discussion considering the ethical and emotional dimensions of this work.

MORE INFO ABOUT THIS INCREDIBLE FESTIVAL HERE:

http://www.vredevanutrecht2013.nl/en/programmes/cal-utrecht/cal-festival/day-1

MORE INFO ABOUT THE WORKSHOPS AND SHOWS HERE:

http://www.vredevanutrecht2013.nl/en/programmes/cal-utrecht/cal-festival/workshops

 

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