The Researching Multilingually at Borders project and the University of Glasgow in Scotland would like to invite you to an artistic workshop aimed at celebrating diversity in Bucharest.
The participation in the workshop and the dinner is free of charge. All are welcome but just need to register as the participation is limited to 40 persons.
Thursday, 5 November 2015 from 17:00 to 19:00
Held by artists and researchers from different countries and origins, four workshops will be organised simultaneously:
- In the Poetry Workshop, Tawona will lead the participants through a range of creative writing exercises with the aim of bringing out their own poetic voices.
- In the Drama Workshop, Katja will facilitate a range of simple drama exercises as a way to celebrate and reflect on the languages and experiences that everyone carries with them.
- In the Music Workshop, Gameli will invite participants to translate their languages and lives into sounds and rhythms.
- In the Crafting Workshop, Cecilia will lead participants to print Ghanaian Adrinka symbols and explore how these relate to their life experiences.
At the end of the workshops, all participants are invited to taste Arabic and Sudanese specialties catered by Restaurant Gedo.
The workshops and dinner will be hosted by Connect Association: Strada Ion Maiorescu 2a+b, Sector 2, Bucharest (http://formigrants.ro/en).
Anyone in Bucharest interested in exchanging and dialoguing in an arts-based and informal manner on the diversity in Bucharest and in Romania is welcome.
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