When: Thursday 9/6/2021
What time: 11:15-13:30
Where: Laboratory of Narrative Research Room H (next to Amphitheatre B, Ground Floor of New Philosophy Building)
Language: English and Greek
Who: Dr. Maria Ristani and students from the Theatre Workshop course
This is a hands-on, location-aware workshop inspired by the premise that places and stories are inseparable. Any space forms a narrative tissue made up of differing stories, written, re-written, over-written, silenced or erased.
In this light, we will re-acquaint ourselves with our campus, listening to, reading, and ourselves performatively writing some of the (in)visible stories that make it up. Re-acquainting can then mean re-appropriating a public campus (no-)space that is also an intimate place for us all.
This workshop will be structured around group discussion on space and storytelling, but is also designed as a walking/listening experience in campus: have your mobile phones with you, bring earphones, hats and sunscreen and enjoy the campus ride(s)!
Read more here.