in the background of an
all pervading culture of silence,
how do we facilitate
liberatory processes and practices
whereby groups and communities
build critical thinking,
assess their everyday reality,
challenge dominant power relations,
reclaim control over collective spaces
for cultural action,
tell their own stories
and sing their own songs?
we welcome community volunteers,
development workers from non-profits,
donor agencies & government departments;
activists from campaigns & movements;
theatre & media practitioners;
students & faculty members
To be announced...
The national-level workshops were attended by participants from Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, New Delhi, Odisha and Rajasthan.
The invigorating and fun-filled workshop process was packed with songs, improvisations, music and unending late night discussions. The participants and facilitators exchanged thoughts and experiences on the importance of cultural intervention for collective action and to address issues related to education, displacement, development, rights and participation.
exploring sustainable alternatives; practicing cultural expression and action