Theatre of the Oppressed is a workshop for women, run by Brasil’s Dr Kelly Di Bertolli. Theatre of the Oppressed is a form of popular community-based education that uses theater as a tool for social change. Originally developed with workers in Latin America, it is now used all over the world for social and political activism, conflict resolution, community building, therapy, and government legislation. It is also practiced on a grassroots level by community organizers, activists, teachers, social workers, cultural animators, and more…
The workshop is on 29th January 10-4pm at Arthurstone Library, 5 Arthurstone Terrace. Tickets are £40 and £20 [students/unemployed/unwaged]. If you’d like to book a space, email the organisers here.
This event will be hosted by SCRAPAntics, an excellent Dundee-based project that recycles industry excess into art & design materials for use in the celebration of community togetherness.
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