We are looking for 1
participant from Portugal between 20 and 35 years old.
Come and join us from
11th to 20th April 2010.
The Course is Free of
Charge and funded by the EU and CoE.
This Training Course will bring 22 Video and Theatre Artists from diverse European backgrounds
together to learn innovative tools for engaging youth in social action at the local level. The primary focus of the Activity will be the use of Invisible Theatre and Video to promote intercultural dialogue and analyse immigration and what people think about it.
The training is based on practical work. There
will be a final screening of the Movies produced. The presentation with the
community as a result of the work done will be an important learning
opportunity for the participants.
Invisible theatre is a form of theatrical performance that is enacted in a place where people would not normally expect to see one, for example in the street or in a shopping centre. The Brazilian theatre
practitioner Augusto Boal developed the form during his time in Argentina in the 1970s as part of his Theatre of the Oppressed, which focused on oppression and social issues. Boal went on to develop
So while we will perform, some participants
will secretly film the action.
participants who work on this field (Theatre, Arts and Video) from Our group will consist of 22 participants from UK, Portugal, Turkey,
Germany, Bulgaria, Spain, Lithuania, Sweden and Italy.
We will reimburse 70% of the travel
Costs for board, accommodation
and training are fully covered by the organizers.
INCA – International Network for Culture and
Emanuele Nargi UK
Stefano d’Argenio Spain
Luca Cataldo Italy
Noemi Ferreira Portugal
Glenn Hanning UK
SEND US A SHORT PRESENTATION of 2 lines that includes your experience with
to firstname.lastname@example.org or
phone to Emanuele 07948432727
To understand a little bit more what we expect from the participants have a look at our previous
Another source of inspiration is Guerrilla Art and
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