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Arts Envoy: Border Narratives

We are organizing a two-week workshop Arts Envoy: Border Narratives at the American Center, Kolkata, from November 26 to December 15, 2018, with the support of U.S. Consulate General, Kolkata. Bond Street Theatre of New York is a partner in the initiative.

Participants from diverse backgrounds will develop a collaborative performance and an audio-visual presentation depicting ‘Border Narratives’ during the course of the workshop. Four of them are from Bangladesh and 11 from West Bengal.

Border evokes various perceptions and emotions and the word presents various perspectives for different people. Migration across countries has for long been for purposes of business, tourism, healthcare, education and other needs. But there are also stories of exodus triggered by conflicts and persecution. Nomads and stateless people are also caught in the crossfire of politics and statecraft and often forced to cross borders in search of peace, security and livelihood. Then there are issues like human smuggling and trafficking. Women and children are the most vulnerable under such circumstances, especially in terms of emotional and physical stress, violence and trauma. It is also equally important to note that communities across borders often share living traditions despite the man-made boundaries. Cross-border narratives, therefore, are essentially about shattered lives, broken families and immense hardship. But they are also about the spirit of human endurance, grit and survival that leads to rebuilding of lives and changes in historical narratives.

This project aims to share stories of human resilience and zest for life as well as shared values to forge a more understanding, caring and humane world.

Our partner in this project, Bond Street Theatre from New York, was founded in 1976. Bond Street Theatre initiates creative programming to inspire and educate youth, addresses human rights issues, provides tools for healing communities affected by conflict, and promotes the value of arts in shaping a peaceful future world. The company has experience in innovative theatre and theatre-based programmes in over 40 countries and its mission is to promote peace and mutual understanding through arts.

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