On Saturday morning’s edition of Saturday’s Role With Reno, host Renos Spanoudes spoke to Professor Warren Nebe about Drama For Life‘s 10th Drama for Life Conference and Festival ‘Transforming Arts | Transforming Lives’.
Transforming Arts | Transforming Lives.
Drama For Life has announced its 10th Drama for Life Conference and Festival ‘Transforming Arts | Transforming Lives’ which will be held from 28 November to 8 December at Wits University.
This unique initiative will feature a wide range of topics from trauma and gender, sexualities, the body politic to aesthetic disruptions, Africa and the reclamation of spirituality, children and theatre, youth theatre and sexual health as well as arts therapies for mental health and wellness.
The programme (attached) has been shaped to engage participants, audiences and presenters in an active, fresh and inspiring way.
Presenters and productions have been sourced from all over South Africa while DFL is honoured to announce significant contributions from Brazil, Botswana, Sweden, Nigeria, USA, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Canada.
Before delving into a myriad of presentations, workshops, discussion forums and drama performances, delegates are given the opportunity to start the day with motivating wellness and reflection sessions.
The daily keynote addresses will be delivered by dynamic womxn who are leading voices in changing our way of thinking and feeling about who we are as humans through, in and about the arts.
Listen to the interview with Professor Warren Nebe here:
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