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THE VISITORS - TALK 2: Arts and Human Rights Movement Connections

28 Jul 2011

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starts at 7pm

LOW&HIGH

Folkestone, United Kingdom

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  • High Speed train service from London St Pancras (55min)

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With: Douglas Rintoul (Transport) and Monica Mukerjee (Young Professionals in Human Rights)

About

This event looks at the role of the arts and importance of the artist's voice in the human rights debate. Can storytelling, the written word and other art gestures be regarded as activism, and what can they change and contribute to the human rights movement? The framework of the talk will be definied by Transport's current theatre work, which is connected to notions of migration and related issues.

The event is free and open to the public.
To book your place email: lowandhigh.platform@gmail.com

Transport premiere a new theatre piece 'Elegy' in a reconfigured Quarterhouse in Folkestone on 30th July 2011 prior to its run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

http://www.transport-theatre.eu/
http://www.yphr.org.uk/


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