Re-storying All Our Relations: A puppet-making workshop on epistemic justice

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October 25, 2022
11:00AM - 10:00PM
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Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall)

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Add to Calendar 2022-10-25 11:00:00 2022-10-25 22:00:00 Re-storying All Our Relations: A puppet-making workshop on epistemic justice Join us on Tuesday, October 25th, 11 AM - 1 PM at the Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall) for a puppet-making workshop on epistemic justice, featuring Daniel Bryan, Executive Director of Pachaysana Institute. About the workshop What knowledge does our world value? What does it mean “to know” something? In our formal education spaces, non-Western ways of thinking and being have been excluded, devalued, and invisiblized. This workshop asks us to collectively imagine what epistemic justice would look like in our lived realities. To do so, we will practice a puppet-making methodology developed between the Pachaysana Institute and the Andean community of Pintag in Ecuador. Do you want to know more? Check out this video on indigenous epistemologies and the puppet-making process!   This hands-on session will be followed by the Embodying "Unlearning": A theatre and social change workshop on Wednesday, October 26, 11 AM - 1 PM at the Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall). For more information about the Pachaysana Institute and their study abroad programs, join the OIA Study Abroad Pachaysana Info Session on Tuesday, October 25th, 4 PM - 5 PM in Enarson 160.   This event is co-sponsored by the Pachaysana Institute, The K’acha Willaykuna Andean and Amazonian Indigenous Arts and Humanities Collaboration, the Center for Latin American Studies, the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, and the Barnett Center for Integrated Arts and Enterprise. CLAS contributions are made possible through Title VI funding from the US Department of Education. Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall) Spanish & Portuguese spanport@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Join us on Tuesday, October 25th, 11 AM - 1 PM at the Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall) for a puppet-making workshop on epistemic justice, featuring Daniel Bryan, Executive Director of Pachaysana Institute.


About the workshop

What knowledge does our world value? What does it mean “to know” something? In our formal education spaces, non-Western ways of thinking and being have been excluded, devalued, and invisiblized. This workshop asks us to collectively imagine what epistemic justice would look like in our lived realities. To do so, we will practice a puppet-making methodology developed between the Pachaysana Institute and the Andean community of Pintag in Ecuador.

Do you want to know more? Check out this video on indigenous epistemologies and the puppet-making process!

 

This hands-on session will be followed by the Embodying "Unlearning": A theatre and social change workshop on Wednesday, October 26, 11 AM - 1 PM at the Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall).

For more information about the Pachaysana Institute and their study abroad programs, join the OIA Study Abroad Pachaysana Info Session on Tuesday, October 25th, 4 PM - 5 PM in Enarson 160.

 

This event is co-sponsored by the Pachaysana Institute, The K’acha Willaykuna Andean and Amazonian Indigenous Arts and Humanities Collaboration, the Center for Latin American Studies, the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, and the Barnett Center for Integrated Arts and Enterprise. CLAS contributions are made possible through Title VI funding from the US Department of Education.