Transforming Conflict and Displacement through the Arts and Humanities: Film Programme

In parallel with the workshop programme, PRAXIS is hosting this virtual space where delegates will be able to review and engage with the creative artefacts generated by 20 projects that use the arts as a key research method. Explore our online cinema screenings and find out about some of the projects participating in the PRAXIS Nexus event. Use the hashtag #PRAXIS2020 on Twitter (@Changing_Story_) to let us know what resonates and inspires you most from the film programme!

**Special Event: Phragma and Deep Listening Exercise, 26 November

Phragma is a film by Nicolas Salazar Sutil and Stuart Mellor. It is designed as a sonic and live experience, captured on binaural technology, to be led through deep listening tasks. The piece is about conflict surrounding the deviation of the mythic river achelous in Greece. Stuart Mellor will lead you through the deep listening tasks before we launch into the film. Register for free here.

Virtual Cinema Screens