Times: 16:00 - 18:00
About this event
What does it mean to have a kinship? To a place, to the people there, to your culture? Join Phosphoros Theatre who work with and for asylum and refugee communities through the theatre and performance. They will deliver a workshop reflective of the international contemporary practices of the Biennial, expanding understandings of kinship, connection, home and rootedness.
Liverpool Biennial 2021, The Stomach and The Port, takes the curatorial approach of ‘Kinship’; the bonds and relationships which connect us to our families, the community and beyond, to include the wider world of nature and technology.
The Workshop will:
– Be a creative exercise in doing, making and thinking that will enable young people to learn more about refugee experiences
– Create an opportunity for the young people to think and express in a creative or contemporary way in relation to The Stomach and The Port..
The overall session should leave the attendees with some things to think about, do, question, see and respond to in their personal creative journeys.
About Phosphoros Theatre
Phosphoros Theatre is a charity that makes socially engaged performance with, for, and by refugees and asylum seekers. They make and hold space for those with forced migration backgrounds to voice, reflect on and respond to their lived experience, taking charge of the narratives that seldom include their perspective. We create nationally touring productions, deliver one-off and regular arts work with refugees, train professionals and provide paid work, training and development opportunities for refugee artists and youth workers.
About Liverpool Biennial
Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art. Taking over unexpected and public spaces, historic sites and art galleries, the Biennial has been transforming the city through art for over two decades. The 11th edition, The Stomach and the Port, explores notions of the body and ways of connecting with the world. 50 international artists and two collectives are taking part in this year’s Biennial. A dynamic programme of free exhibitions, performances, screenings and fringe events unfolds over the 12 weeks, shining a light on the city’s vibrant cultural scene.
This event will be recorded, you can opt out of recording or turn off your camera if you do not wish to be recorded.
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