correspondence

 

It is with great regret that the decision has been made to cancel the upcoming IN-flux, IN-stability, IN-sensitivity event in Lebanon in December. This decision was not made lightly, and it is due to a number of factors - the most significant being the loss of funding to run the event. This loss of funds makes it impossible to host the event, and coupled with a very volatile and unpredictable political situation in Lebanon, the conveners of the event cannot see how they can make the event work at this late stage with no financial support. The conveners of the event are deeply sorry for any inconvenience that this cancellation might cause, and are extremely sad to have to cancel what could have been a very exciting event for the region.

For more information, contact the event convenors, Nadra Assaf  nadraassaf@gmail.com and Rose Martin rose.martin@auckland.ac.nz.

 

 

Correspondence from …

IN-flux, IN-stability, IN-sensitivity: The Struggle of Performance in the Arab World”, Byblos, Lebanon

Preliminary Provocations…

  • "This Sea Is Mine", reflections on a recent performance project along the Lebanese seafront, in search of understandings of public space in Lebanon, by Tania El Khoury

Programmed Papers, Panels & Performances…

Coming soon...

Responses, Reflections & Reportage from the Local and Visiting Correspondents in Byblos, Lebanon …

Coming soon...

Tags: Disaster Recovery Resilience and Performance  Identities Bodies Corporealities in Performance   Performance Studies in Europe  Politics the Public Sphere and Performance  Terrorism Security and Performance   War Trauma Migration Diaspora and Performance  

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