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Performing Resistance
Dialogues on Arts, Migrations, Inclusive Cities

In the frame of Atlas of Transitions Biennale 2020

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Curators : Piersandra Di Matteo, Petro Floridia, Melissa Moralli, Pierluigi Musarò
Management and coordination Cosetta Nicolini, Angela Sciavilla
Communication and Public relations  Alberto Crisafulli, Martina Bedeschini Bucci
Head Press office Debora Pietrobono
Press office Silvia Mergiotti
Financial management  Marta Scalvini
Info requirements: production@atlasoftransitions.eu

 

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Performing Resistance. Dialogues on Arts, Migrations, Inclusive Cities is part of Atlas of Transitions. New Geographies for a Cross-Cultural Europe, a European project that promotes common routes between European residents and newcomers, experimenting new ways of interaction and reciprocity between different cultures. The project involves artists, curators, researchers, experts and activists from seven countries with the aim of promoting spaces of urban conviviality through culture and performing arts. Besides  Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione, University of Bologna and Cantieri Meticci, the project is promoted at European level by: Backa Theater and Gothenburg University(SE), Le Channel Scène Nationale and Lille University (FR), Motus Terrae and Athene University (GR), Théâtre de Liège, DC&J Création and CEDEM (Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies) at Liège University (BE), Powszechny Theatre and CMR (Center of Migration Research) at Warsaw University  (PL), Tjeter Vizion and Elbasan University (AL).

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Performing Resistance. Dialogues on Arts, Migrations, Inclusive Cities è parte di Atlas of Transitions. New Geographies for a Cross-Cultural Europe, progetto europeo che promuove traiettorie comuni tra residenti europei, residenti stranieri e nuovi arrivati, sperimentando nuovi modi di interazione e reciprocità tra culture diverse. Il progetto coinvolge artisti, curatori, ricercatori, esperti e attivisti di sette paesi con l’obiettivo di promuovere spazi di convivialità urbana attraverso la cultura e le arti performative. Oltre a Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione, Università di Bologna e Cantieri Meticci, il progetto è promosso a livello europeo da: Backa Theater e Università di Gothenburg (SE), Le Channel Scène Nationale e Università di Lille (FR), Motus Terrae e Università di Atene (GR), Théâtre de Liège, DC&J Création and CEDEM (Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies) presso l’Università di Liège (BE), Powszechny Theatre e il CMR (Center of Migration Research) presso l’Università di Varsavia (PL), Tjeter Vizion e Università di Elbasan (AL).