Working on the basic premise that we can understand how a society thinks by how it laughs, Healing with Humour explores the question: Can growing our sense of humour help us change? By discussing demonstrating how humour can bridge the gaps in our perception of a person/situation, this workshop shows underscores the importance of humour in our social interactions. The session is designed to be entirely chat-based so that participants can observe the way words work without cues from physical expression and appreciate their power more directly.
Do note that Drama Box will be making recordings for archival and publicity purposes.
Songs of Innocence and Experience by William Blake
“And I made a rural pen,
And I stain'd the water clear,
And I wrote my happy songs
Every child may joy to hear.”
~ William Blake
Thank you for visiting us on your mobile device. We would like to invite you to switch over to a laptop/desktop to join us.
As SCENES: Participatory Practices was first conceptualised as a physical event, we had little time to adapt to the online platform. However, we did not want to give up on meeting with you through our socially engaged arts. With the constraints at hand, we decided to focus on developing our website for the laptop/desktop, so as to provide a better participatory experience.
We look forward to you joining us (on your laptop/desktop)!