The arts mirror conflict, pain, resistance, and impact, with potential to stimulate non-verbal - and non-violent - communication that can often be the most powerful. This plenary gives audiences a chance to experience it for themselves, with music and dance from the talented young artists and peace activists of Contact Inc. to open the day.At IPRA 2010, artists and scholars from the Arts and Peace Commission stage brief peace-building performances bridging Australia, South Africa, Peru, Serbia, the Netherlands, and Cambodia. In a plenary session on Creative Agency and Peace, Chair Paul Dwyer, along with Cynthia Cohen, Mary Ann Hunter, and Nosindiso Winnifred Mtimkulu discuss the possibilities, dilemmas, and theoretical frameworks emerging from reflections on creative agency and peace.moreless
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