We use performance-based practices to shift perspectives, so participants think through the body.  We facilitate experiences that connect narratives to form mutual understanding, equipping participants with knowledge and tools to activate within conflict-affected contexts. This programming cultivates social conditions of inclusion through dialogue and collaboration, drawing on an intersectional lens to affirm multiple perspectives.

One-to-one Performance

Socially Engaged Art for site-specific encounters in places such as:

  • festivals 
  • theaters
  • galleries 
  • museums
  • conferences


Transdisciplinary Approaches to Practice-as-Research Methodologies for Graduate Students in the Arts and Humanities can be arranged as:

one-to-two day workshops

week long intensives

one-to-two semester courses

Both in-person and virtual formats are available.


Community building practices to devise collective action strategies for peacebuilding, activist, and cultural organizations across various topics:

  • immigration/migration 
  • gender equality 
  • social movements/protest culture 
  • environmental rights

To create a better world, we need to develop new understandings.

Though diversity, equity, and inclusion training has increased, it’s not enough. Imaginative, practical, and embodied approaches are needed to repair social relationships, reduce inequalities, and promote sustainable peace and justice.