Intensive 1-credit workshops offered this quarter by UCLA Art & Global Health

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The UCLA Art & Global Health Center is dedicated to unleashing the transformative power of the arts to advance health in Los Angeles and around the world. Our 2013-14 Art & Global Health workshop/lecture series features training in arts-activism,
arts-based health intervention methods, and behavior change communication. The workshop is open to all UCLA students.

Featured this WINTER QUARTER:

Guest Instructor: Flavio Sanctum, Company member and coordinator of the International Exchange Center at Theatre of the Oppressed, Rio de Janiero, Brazil.  (Jan 23-26)

•A weekend intensive course in the Department of World Arts and Cultures entitled “Aesthetics of the Oppressed”.

Guest Instructor: Warren Nebe, Artistic Director of Drama For Life, South Africa  (Feb 22-23 and Mar 1)

•A weekend intensive course on Drama For Life techniques currently being used in South Africa. Drama for Life is committed to serving as Africa’s foremost leader in an integrated arts training, practice, and research approach to health,
socio-economic, political, and environmental transformation.  DFL specifically seeks to enhance the capacity of young people, theater practitioners, and their communities to take responsibility for the quality of their lives in the context of HIV and AIDS
in Africa.

Each of these workshops will count for 1 credit hour for graduate students.  All are welcome!

Best,

Elisabeth

Elisabeth Nails

Director of Development/Artistic Associate

UCLA Art & Global Health Center

188 Glorya Kaufman Hall
120 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095

e.nails@arts.ucla.edu

(310) 825-6938

http://artglobalhealth.org/