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TCAH: Intercultural Collaboration and Circus

INTERCULTURAL COLLABORATION AND CIRCUS How do we create safe spaces when collaborating in intercultural practice? Why is social change or political activism important? Why is intercultural collaboration important? The Creators talk about their work, followed by a Q&A. Chairs: Victoria Amedume Panelists include: Lisa Fa’alafi (Hot Brown Honey, Polytoxic) Leah Shelton (Terror Australis, Polytoxic) Samuel Tetreault (The 7 Fingers Th...
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