Arts for Human Rights – ABOUT DISPLACEMENT

Art tells stories. Art crosses boundaries.
Art can inspire action.

Free FESTIVAL ARTS 4 HUMAN RIGHTS 
8-15 may, 2010

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PROGRAMME

This is the night of the series I’m playing on:
Friday 14th May 2010
Art’s Bar – 8.30-9.30pm Theatre: ‘Asylum Monologues’ by Ice & Fire followed by DJ Fari B, Resonance104.4FM playing ethno-electro
The Arts Bar is above Funky Monkey in Camberwell

 
Saturday 8th May 2010
Nolia’s Gallery – 3:30 -6:30 pm Launch with performances by spoken word artist Inua Ellams and a selection of artwork from our festival. Discussion about Human Rights, live music, & more! 7.30pm Reading of ‘Chicken Shop’ by Without a Paddle Theatre. Written by Anna Jordan, Directed by Charlie Swallow.

Sunday 9th May 2010
Art’s Bar – 7pm Film Evening: ‘The March of the Human Rights Jukebox’ by Isa Suarez ‘Out of Sight Out of Mind’ Directed by Emily Harris & Yoni Bentovim ‘Powaqqatsi’ Directed by Godfrey Reggio, Music by Phillip Glass

Monday 10th May 2010
Art’s Bar – 7.30-8.15pm Puppet Theatre: ‘CH2’ by Sketchy Fiction 8.30-9.30pm Talk and Discussion: Child Trafficking by Aarti Kapoor, Chief Policy Advisor for the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre

Tuesday 11th May 2010
Art’s Bar – 8pm Living Arts with performers, poets & artists: Ursula Troche, Paul Mennea, Camila Fiori, Maxwell Golden, Zita Holbourne and special guests

Wednesday 12th May 2010
The Bear Freehouse – Come to The Bear for a pre-show dinner (email info@arts4humanrights.org.uk for menu) 8-8.45pm Play Reading: ‘Nine Parts of Desire’ by Butternut Squash 9.15pm Theatre: ‘Native Birds’ by Katerina Radeva

Thursday 13th May 2010
Art’s Bar – 7.30-9:30pm Talk and Discussion: Displaced People and Creative Practices with Danielle Smith, Director of Sandblast and Ioannis Athanasiou, Social Worker

Saturday 15th May 2010
The Crypt St. Gile’s Church – 8pm Music with Djanan Turan, The YuYa, Portia Wintersand, Jahcub and many more! £3/£5 entry

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