PRIVILEGE AND DIVERSITY IN THE ARTS: WORKSHOP AND DISCUSSION

WITH BARRY BILINSKY AND BILL YONG
WAREHOUSE 534

MARCH 18, 2017

With a wide experience of working in diverse communities Barry and Bill have a few thoughts on the potential for arts to bring reconciliation, investigate power and status, provoke discussion and open communication. Through playful exercises in physical movement, dance and clown participants will explore these themes, raising food for thought, if not discovering new realities together.

Bill Yong B.A, B.Ed, and Barry Bilinsky B.A. are art enablers, facilitators, performers and teachers. Their collective experience spans intergenerational racial equity facilitation, Pochinko clown, interdisciplinary, multiracial and mixed ability dance training. They have worked regularly work in Alberta seniors, aboriginal and mental health fields since 2012.

Welcoming people from all communities, disciplines and abilities. For ages 15 years and up. No experience necessary.

CO-PRODUCED BY

Age 15+

SHOWTIMES AND TICKETS

Tickets available at the door (cash or cheque only)

$25
SAT MAR 18 1:30 – 3:30 PM

THE PUPPET ADVOCATE

Stay abreast of Puppet happens, special promotions, sneak peeks and more!  Sign up now! 

You have Successfully Subscribed!