ENGAGING REFUGEE NARRATIVES Perspectives from Academia and the Arts

  • Institute of Advanced Studies Gower Street London, England, WX1E 6BT United Kingdom

Workshops, seminars and performances by researchers, arts-based NGOs and artists working with refugees.

 

June 20 – 9:30 am to 5:00 pmInstitute of Advanced Studies (IAS), Wilkins Building, South Wing, Common Ground      Room, Gower StreetWX1E 6BT

June 20 – 8:00 pm RADA, Studio Theatre, 16 Chenies Street, WC1E 7EX (Tickets £12, concessions £10)

June 21 – 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, Department of Anthropology, UCL, 14 Taviton Street, WC1H 0BW

The personal narratives of refugees reveal problems faced as well as sources of resilience and strength. These stories become an essential part of the work of researchers, NGOs and artists as they collaborate with refugees and each other.  Join us in exploring how the arts are taking integral roles in projects with goals such as conflict transformation, psychological healing, community building, and social integration.

Workshops and Seminars free and open to the public – Register on website www.refugeenarratives.com

Evening Performance – Tickets from RADA box office (020 7636 7076)

University College London in partnership with the ArtEZ, Organization for Identity and Cultural Development and the Armenian Institute.

Photo credits (clockwise from top): Helge Hansen, Mike Ayvazian, Ice & Fire, Phospho.