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Interview with Aaron Pollard and Stephen Lawson of 2boys. Formations of Race, Class and Gender Biography 2boys. They have created a wide repertoire of epic multimedia cabaret works, performances, videos, and installations. Much of his ffino has been informed by the fact that his was adopted out Native people were adopted out in alarming rates in the ‘s through the ‘s and only met juliet Mohawk family later in life. Michelson frames this issue within the larger subject of Native displacement.

Another theme of his work is the landscape, which the artist uses to challenge the notions of supremacy and superiority. In its second year, the festival featured: This video, Interview with Alanis King, supplements the festival records, as a part of an interview series conducted by ;aredes Pearson. Alanis King Odawa Nation. Her playwriting credits include: Native Theater Festival Interview Series. Cultural Rights in the Americas. In this interview, Alejandro Meitin talks his take on how his particular performance-related work makes a political intervention in the public sphere.

This interview complements Meitin’s keynote Artistic Initiatives in Community Organizing, and their Metaphorical and Juridical-Social Dimension, presented in this day event, which brought together activism, scholarship, and art around the themes of legacies, memories, struggles, and frontiers of citizenship.

Since he has been a member of Arte Litoral, an independent network of artists, critics, curators, and scholars interested in new ways of thinking about…. In this interview, Alvaro Villalobos talks about his take on how his particular performance-related work makes a political intervention in the public sphere.

This interview complements his participation in a round table on Urban Interventions, presented in this day event, which brought together activism, scholarship, and art around the themes of legacies, memories, struggles, and frontiers of citizenship.

His work consists primarily of performances, photographs, videos and installations that link social and political….

Formations of Race, Class and Gender. In this interview, Ana Correa recounts her beginnings with the group, where she found dialogue and openness to create theater. The country was devastated by this violence, and sunk in an internal void and…. This interview is a part of a series curated by the Hemispheric Institute, articulated around the question ‘What is Nulieta Studies?

The contingent definitions documented in this series are based on the groundbreaking experiences and the scholarly endeavors of renowned figures in contemporary performance studies and practice.

She has participated as a guest jjulieta at the Freie Universitaet…. What is Performance Studies?

Hilando Fino. Desde el Feminismo Comunitario by Julieta Paredes

Currently he is Associate Professor in the Department of Performance Studies at New York University where he jilieta courses on critical theory, continental philosophy, performance studies, dance studies, and experimental…. Her teaching and research interests are related to Queer theory; religion in American public life; religion and sexuality; psychoanalysis and culture; religion, performance, and community formation; cultures of childhood; feminist….

His surprising and often humorous initiatives tended to involve grand gestures, often including local artists or personal appearances by the mayor himself – taking a shower in a commercial about conserving water, or walking the streets dressed in spandex and a cape as Supercitizen.

Antonio Prieto Stambaugh is a Mexican researcher and professor, focused on issues of performance, contemporary theatre, gender and queer studies. He is currently a full time professor at the Theatre Department of the Veracruzana University, and has previously been visiting lecturer at Stanford Univesity,…. In she was awarded a Fulbright fellowship for the study….


She is the author of Destination Culture: Tourism, Museums, and Heritage University of California Pressa key book for understanding techniques of…. She has developed research and texts related to the creative process of the actor, drama and spectacle, on the following issues: In this interview, Beatriz discusses her artistic trajectory; in terms of the Teatro Itinerante del Sol, Camargo talks about the centrality of myths, dreams, rituals, and masks in their theater work.

Defined by the artist as “biodrama,” her theater pieces are conceived as explorations on myth and collective memory. Camargo also comments on how her theater projects, through the interplay between the mythical and the historical, address political issues…. Colombian Theaters Interview Series. In this interview, conducted at the Hemispheric Institute’s 5th Encuentro, Singer talks about her documentary work as a search for the practices and values that have survived through all the changes in indigenous life and are still in place keeping them connected to one another in a community.

She also researches and documents the coping mechanisms that are being put in place by indigenous people to find their place in the world. She is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose video productions explore the subject of cultural revitalizing in Native American communities. She has previously worked in New York City as public programs specialist with…. In this interview, Charo talks about the origins and creative process of La Fanesca, as well as the history of the Malayerba theater group.

The actress also comments on the reception of the play by Latin American audiences and on the experience of performing this play in Europe in the context of the Festival. The actress illustrates these topics through her impressions of….

In this interview, filmmaker Chris Eyre www. Chris also reminisces about his early career, at a time when independent film was still a force in the media world, and the burgeoning Native film community that sprung up during this period. The discussion leads to Eyre’s landmark film Smoke Signals and the direction the success of the film took him personally and professionally.

The success of this film lead the artist to a feeling of greater responsibility to represent and to gain knowledge about other tribes since he became an involuntary spokesperson for Native people. As a filmmaker at the beginning of his career, interviewer Andrew McLean Inupik directed several questions to Eyre about negotiating the film world as a minority producer.

She has performed, lectured, exhibited and curated around the world since She is a recipient of a Herb Alpert Award in the Arts. Her works have also been shown at the…. Dancing Earth is an array of indigenous dance artists who work as a collective under the leadership of Rulan Tangen, striving to embody a unique essence of Indigenous identity and perspective by creation and renewal of artistic and cultural movement rituals.

We cultivate our individual artistry on behalf of empowerment of all peoples, and create bridges for art and humanity, tradition and experimentation. Through movement, we gather with respect, inspiration and innovation. We create our works with Indigenous collaborators in the fields of music, mask making, photography, costume, light design, architecture, poetry and storytelling. The five-day festival included play readings, post-performance discussions, concerts, roundtables, and the performance of Darrell Dennis’ ‘Tales of and Urban Indian.

He holds an Honors B. Danny Hoch is an actor, playwright and director. Brooks is professor of English and African-American Studies at Princeton University where she teaches courses on African-American literature and culture, performance studies, critical gender studies, and popular music culture.

She is the author of two books: Spectacular Performances of Race….

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Darrell is a first nations writer from the Shuswap Nation in the interior of British Columbia. Darrell is a produced playwright and an award-winning writer for television.

The short film was later transformed into a television series which Darrell also wrote for. As an actor, Darrell is best known for his roles in such television series as ‘Northwood’ and….


In this interview, David Lozano discusses the role of the body in the intertwining dynamics between arts and politics. Although the body is a vulnerable territory, it also padedes function as a means to subvert preconceptions about the body, within the body, and from the body. David Lozano is a visual artist with a specialization in painting. He has a Masters degree in Visual and Fine…. Contemporary Indigenous and Community-Based Practices in Belo Horizonte, Brazil inDavid talks about how he began playing percussion, demonstrates the rhythms he uses paredss his work, and how these shape daily Gullah life.

He also discusses Language of the Soul, the show he had performed at the Jluieta a few days before the interview. His work is driven by the wealth of African retention in Gullah culture, particularly juba, hand jive, pattin’, rhappin’ and shout, which have played a major role in the development of David’s…. Biography Denise Stoklos is a Brazilian playwright, director and actress, who has, over the past thirty years, created a body of theatrical works called Essential Theatre which deals with the energy of body, voice, and intuition under a mind of historical reference: Lousie Bourgeoise among others.

Each is a solo play, performed in repertoire in different idioms. Stoklos has won a number of prestigious national and international awards, including many for best actress in Brazil and a Guggenheim in the U. She performs in Portuguese,…. Formations of Race, Class and Gender Biography Diamela Eltit is a distinguished Chilean performance artist, novelist and cultural critic.

Winner of the Guggenheim Fellowship and numerous other awards and appointments, Eltit was a member of the acclaimed Colectivo de Acciones de Arte CADAa Chilean activist group of artists who used performance to challenge Pinochet’s dictatorship in Chile.

Both as an artist and a critic, Eltit’s work constitutes an important contribution to feminist theory…. Diamela Eltit is a distinguished Chilean performance artist, novelist and cultural critic. Winner of the Guggenheim Fellowship and numerous other awards and appointments, Eltit was a member of the acclaimed Colectivo de Acciones de Arte CADAa Chilean activist group of artists who used performance…. In this interview, Diana Raznovich talks about her take on how her particular performance-related work makes a political intervention in the public sphere.

Biography Diana Raznovich is an Argentinean playwright with a long trajectory and national and international recognition. She is also a cartoonist, and has produced numerous performances and installations with her cartoons. She has been exiled in Spain since She is the author of Theatre of Crisis: She received her M. A group of shorter plays, ‘The Sum of Winter,’ and an introduction to factional theater appear online at www. Drew Hayden Taylor www. In this interview, Taylor talks about his use of humor, the way he feels about using Native issues in his work, and they way his work is received in different communities.

He also addresses writing from an Aboriginal perspective for a broader non-Native audience.

Hilando Fino. Desde el Feminismo Comunitario

By analyzing the use of Native humor in his pieces, he breaks down the universal language of paredfs plays. Within the larger context of Aboriginal Theater, Drew looks at the development of pareedes works as an offshoot of the work of people such as Thompson Highway and feels that he is able to go beyond the juliefa works in this area that are primarily dark and depressing. Finally, Taylor rhapsodizes about the future of Native Theater and the translation of the classics such as Chekhov into Aboriginal settings.

He is an award winning playwright with over 70 productions of his workdocumentary film maker, script writer, journalist and essayist. With 18 books to his credit, Drew also enjoys writing a humor column for five Canadian newspapers.