WORKSHOPS

We run a range of workshops, from evening sessions lasting a few hours to week-long workshop session consisting of a mix of creative writing, drama therapy, trust-building techniques, music and spoken word practice.

 

Our workshops ultimately lead to a collectively-devised spoken word performance.

 

Based on the concept of intersectionality and collective creation, every story is a valuable one and therefore everyone identified as LGBTQIA+ is welcome to apply. This is regardless of age, background and stage experience.

 

In a safe and friendly environment, participants are encouraged to ask questions they have always wanted to, with a view to building visibility through performance in order to develop and nurture a more inclusive working environment and creative practice.

Queer Voices

A WORKSHOP FOR THE USE OF THE COLLECTIVE VOICE/ BODY AND LANGUAGE.

A SOCIAL LABORATORY WHICH AIMS TO AN OPEN, DIVERSE COMMUNITY FOR RESISTANCE TO CRITICISM AND VIOLENCE IN SOCIAL LIFE.


DISCOVERING THE POLITICAL CHARACTER OF THE
VOICE/ BODY/ LANGUAGE.

 

ACTing UP Queerdos

ACTing UP Queerdos is an international performance workshop open to queer- and trans-identified performers.
 

Based on the concept of intersectionality and collective creation, every story is a valuable one and therefore everyone identified as LGBTQIA+ is welcome to apply, regardless of age, background and stage experience.

 

In a safe and friendly environment, you will be encouraged to ask the questions you have always wanted to ask with a view to building visibility through performance in order to develop and nurture a more inclusive working environment and creative practice.

 

Queerdos mini

The workshop concentrates in an introspective personal route to express the individual's narrative in its social context as the starting point for an artistic process.


In this 2-day workshop we aim to create an environment in which the participants can be inspired and inspire one another, a place to let themselves be seen, love and value their queer identity.

By facing our internalized oppression and by confronting our inner critical voice, which take a toll on our emotional well being and self-esteem, we can unlock the expressive tools needed to bridge words with feelings and imagery and discover ways to associate emotions with movement in a performative context.

 

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