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Titas Dutta, Creative Director of Birati Samuho Performers Collective in Kolkata, India

Fri 9 June at 5:00 pm

KSCA is thrilled to be hosting Titas Dutta, Creative Director of Birati Samuho Performers Collective in Kolkata, India in June. Titas is a fellow of the Australia Council’s International Young Leaders Program and will do their secondment with KSCA. We couldn’t be more excited! See below for two planned public events – we’d love to see you there.
Titas has been a theatre maker and performer for nearly 20 years, working with many collectives and organisations in both India and Internationally. In 2019 they founded and administered a travelling theatre festival “Whilst Walking Touring Festival” in Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Pondicherry, Kolkata, Delhi and Agra in 2019 with international artists from 5 countries. The Birati Samuho Performers Collective works for accessibility, inclusivity and queer and female visibility through performing arts, applied theatre, research and development.
At these events Titas and many of us from KSCA will stage open conversations about the power of art to effect social and political change in regional places. This exchange will explore the common ground and differences of artists from very different parts of the world that advocate, agitate, and work alongside regional communities as they confront environmental and social change. The events will include an improvised participatory experience led by Titas, to demonstrate her collective’s approach to performance.
Event 1
Friday June 9, 5pm – 6.30.
71 Angus Ave, Kandos
Drinks and nibbles will be available.
This event will be followed by a special dinner (soup + pasta) at Kandos Kitchen (79 Angus Ave) at 6.30 – 8pm. Price is $20/head, pay on the night, BYO alcohol. There are limited places so get in quick, bookings close 3 business days beforehand. To book: send an email to kandos kitchen at gmail!
Event 2
Sunday June 11, 2pm – 4pm.
Anchor House, Penrith Regional Gallery,
86 River Road, Emu Plains
The Gallery cafe will be open at this time.
message us if you’re planning to come so we can anticipate numbers: Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation | Facebook


Fri 9 June
5:00 pm
Event Category:


Local government area
Mid-Western Region
Visual arts


WAYOUT ArtSpace, Kandos
71 Angus St
Kandos, NSW Australia
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