Exploring Cultural Commoning
This interactive performance workshop explores ways of discovering the cultural commons that makes our place through play and dance and is followed by a Ceilidh!
About Exploring Cultural Commoning
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This interactive performance workshop explores, with full audience involvement, ways of discovering the cultural commons that makes our place through play and dance. Weather permitting, the workshop will involve an outdoor element in the garden.
The workshop is followed by a Ceilidh at 7pm.
This event is organised by Heriot-Watt University’s Intercultural Research Centre and is part of the Being Human Festival, the UK’s only festival of the humanities, bringing together universities with creative partners to stage stimulating and engaging activities that make research accessible and relevant.
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