THROUGH ARTISTIC EXPERIENCES
Home Soil Projects
By providing 1:1 performance, collaborative events, artistic interventions to individuals and organizations we develop mutual understanding of conflict, so clients are equipped with knowledge to move toward resolution based on shared values.
1:1 performances are an opportunity to co-narrate the ways relationships evolve between languages, histories, and identities, one-to-one. Using 1:1 performance practices to facilitate conversations about challenging topics cultivates a deeper sense of belonging because the participants gain an increased awareness of bias through dialogue and cultural exchange.
Collaborative events facilitate understandings of how artistic experiences offer creative tools to strengthen relationships between people. We use performance-based practices to explore ways of being socially responsive in a world where violence is an everyday reality. The goal is to empower participants to translate social theory of nonviolent practice in their own words while including multiple languages, not just English.
We offer facilitation in cutting edge research and innovative education. Sustained personalized consultation equips clients with research, educational, and facilitation skills as well as production materials to replicate and adapt the artistic experiences with their communities.
Through dialogue and collaboration we curate collaborative events to create common ground.
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT
We are an organization that generates forms of inclusion in multiple cultural settings.
Practice-based models of experiential training to mediate and prevent conflict through forming mutual understanding.
Although we do not produce theatre in a conventional sense anymore, Home Soil Projects started in Seoul, Korea in 2009.
Assessing levels of confidence, connection, & transformation
Interview at the San Diego Central Library Gallery and more mentions.
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