Discovering, sharing and giving space Aikido is a non-violent and non-competitive Japanese martial art whose aim is to create balance in all aspects of life. Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of aikido considered this art form a peaceful and effective way of dealing with internal and external conflicts. Through its harmonious movements, aikido creates a safe space for everyone. Being in our space seems natural to us. We connect with others through sharing space. We discover our limits through holding or keeping our safe space. There are different notions of space in aikido, personal and objective, as well as the space [...]
Human beings discover themselves as alive by telling stories, by leaving behind signs proving that they have been, that they have lived. Storytelling is a basic need. There are many ways to tell a story: we can explore them together; some of them involve to show the story directly. This workshop on collective crea(c)tive writing is for the ones who want to discover our own stories… and to watch where they can lead us. Information and Registrations on our CREA(c)TIVE website: https://creactive.confetti.events/
Workshop for Educators, Therapists, Artists at the international "MUS-E Network" MUS-E Magyarország of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation , in commemoration of the World Day of Music.
"Forum Theatre for Intercultural Dialogue"for the "Global Human Rights Week" initiative of Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service - CCIVS: a global event under the Raising Peace Campaign on advocacy actions for Human Rights and Peace.
At the Eötvös Loránd University: presentations, Theatre of the Oppressed workshops and Forum Theatre play.
"Forum Theatre as a tool to counter prejudices and discrimination", workshop at Summer School of Tom Lantos Institute.
Forum Theatre for Amnesty International raising awareness for Migrants in Hungary, performed at the at the Bánkitó and Művészetek Völgye Festivals.
Theatre of the Oppressed and Playback Theatre can create a dialogue? At the Masarykova univerzita University in Brno, Czech Republic.
We held a panel on Participatory Theatre in the IETM Budapest Plenary Meeting, organized by the IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts. In dialogue with the participants and colleagues we explored the role of arts and theatre to promote democracy and participation.
A space of collaboration for the whole Theatre of the Oppressed and Forum Theatre community in Hungary