|January 1, 2017||to||December 31, 2017|
Dear friends we will be announcing our projects and workshops as they become available. Please click in the event that interest you for more detailed information.
February 25 to March 3 (Oberlin Ohio)
Hector Aristizabal will visit Oberlin College in Ohio for the 14 consecutive year. Details of the activities to be announced soon.
March 17 (New York City)
Interview with Lois Holtzman “Making a conceptual revolution” Click here for details
March 18 to 25 (New York City)
Hector will be developing a series of workshops, panel discussions and his solo performance at the 2017 Year-long Performance and Justice Series: “Post Migratory Theatre: displacement, deportation, dramaturgy, praxis, and politics.” This event is organized by The John Jay College of Criminal Justice City University of New York” Click here for details.
Hector will return to Europe between April and May 2017 to conduct a series of theater workshops.
Abril 13 al 16: Barcelona (Spain)
Taller de Guerrilla Teatral para ocupar el espacio publico en Barcelona. Click here for Details
April 20, 21 Palencia (Spain)
Tecnicas de teatro del oprimido en el trabajo social Click here for details
April 28 to May 1 Monzuno (Italy)
Theater and Ritual. Exploring the intersection between theater and ritual between political action and healing. Mozuno Italy. Click here for details
May 5 to May 7 Cambridge (UK)
From Action Back to Imagination. Click here for details
May 12 to May 14: Barcelona (Spain)
Theater and Ritual Details to be announce after April 1
May 16 to May 29 Cape Town (South Africa)
Hector Aristizabal has been invited to participate in several projects as part of the Cradle of Creativity festival organized by ASSITEJ South Africa (Theater for young people) Stay tune for more details
For information about this important festival click here
June 2 to June 4 (Genova, Italy)
Hector Aristizabal will participate in a sacred healing ceremony with medicinal plants and ritual theater.
June and July 2017 (Colombia)
Hector will continue his work with the reconciliation process in his native Colombia.
Stay tune for more details.