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On Your Feet: SXSW FYI Performance Cadre Presentation
Transcript of On Your Feet: SXSW FYI Performance Cadre Presentation
MISSION & VISION
THIS IS NOT...
THE "FOUR Ps"
PARTICIPATORY THEATER FOR LEARNING
nikki zaleski, Alyssa vera ramos + JACOB WATSON, FYI PERFORMANCE CADRE
ELEMENTS OF A
Use the tools of
to open the door to safe, youth-centered conversations.
arts-based strategies for participatory design
within a learning framework.
Discover how to use the
4 P’s of Participation
(Pleasure, Perspective, Practice, and Power) to increase youth engagement.
ICAH is a network of empowered youth and allied adults who transform public consciousness and increase the capacity of family, school and healthcare systems to support the sexual health, rights and identities of youth.
For Youth Inquiry (FYI) Performance cadre, a program of ICAH, designs participatory theatre experiences that activate the creative potential of sexuality education to improve the well-being of youth and their communities.
ON YOUR FEET
A storytelling workshop
A role play
About "making it fun"
THIS IS ABOUT
game + story = participation
GAMES AS METAPHOR
LEVELS OF EXPOSURE
Low--> medium--> high
Where game is played. Virtual or real
What can or can't do in game
How game is played
What game is made of
To complete game
Participatory theatre (PT) refers to an
mode of performance, in which facilitators and participants co-construct and manipulate narratives through
Games help youth:
Negotiate the risks and rules of the adult world
Develop group identity and bond
Perform utopian revisions for the world (rehearsal for revolution)
Get in “Flow”
Experiment and Transgress
Stories help youth:
Connect to Others/ Build Community
Voice through Silence (Reduce Shame and Stigma)
I could tell you about...
Participate as much or as little as you like
You are in charge of your body