Special Event: PhD Arts Practice Performance – Ewa Żak-Dyndał
April 26 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
My research investigates the role of ritual and ritual music in the performance of belonging within the Polish Irish community. In this PhD Arts Practice performance, I use music, puppets, movement, light, and audio-visual animation to explore the journey of finding one’s sense of belonging and identity.
Join the mystical journey as Polish and Irish folktales come to life in a unique theatrical experience that explores the essence of identity and belonging. Our enchanting show, blending tradition with innovation, employs captivating puppets to weave a tapestry of cultural richness. As the veil between worlds shimmers, our captivating production delves into the essence of living betwixt two rich cultural tapestries Idir eatartha, inviting audiences to reflect on the universal themes of home and heritage. Discover the magic of shared narratives in this spellbinding performance, where the strings of our diverse stories are delicately pulled together, creating a masterpiece of unity and understanding.