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Arts Envoy: Border Narratives

The word ‘border’ triggers different emotions, perceptions and perspectives for different people across the world. Any mention of ‘border’ often brings back painful and traumatic memories for victims of persecution and forced migration. But it also brings forth stories of bitter and determined struggle and success scripted by ordinary human beings playing extraordinary roles.

Arts Envoy-Border Narratives was a dance and theatre collaboration of young artists from West Bengal in India, Bangladesh and the United States to explore and enact cross-border stories of resilience and human triumph. The initiative aimed to share values to forge a more understanding, caring and humane world. The project was supported by the U.S. Consulate General, Kolkata.

Bond Street Theatre of New York partnered the initiative. 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. It has a rich experience in innovative theatre and theatre-based programmes acquired in over 40 countries and its mission is to promote peace and mutual understanding through arts. Michael McGuigan and Joanna Sherman of Bond Street Theatre came to Kolkata and worked on the project. Michael also performed in the street theatre performances held at 5 locations that included the Bangladesh-India border post at Petrapole, Kalidanga, another area adjoining the Bangladesh border, and the American Center, Bengal Music College and Indian Museum in Kolkata.

The shows were preceded by a workshop at American Center Kolkata in late November-early December involving the artists from West Bengal and Bangladesh.

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