“See You Yesterday” Meets the Future – Cambodian cast leads workshops for 800 student teachers
“See You Yesterday” on Tour in Cambodia
We very pleased to announce the first Cambodian educational tour of “See You Yesterday,” with performances for student teachers, students, and the general public in three educational centers later this month.
“Rest in Power”
Hugh Masekela, the legendary South African jazz musician, leading international voice against Apartheid, and our beloved collaborator, has died at 78 after a protracted battle with prostate cancer. We were profoundly blessed to work with Hugh on our production of “Truth in Translation.”
Breaking the Cycle of Vengeance
The UNESCO Courier
2017 End of the Year Update from Global Arts Corps
The past 12 months have been a time of momentous change. Division seems pervasive, and unity fragile and elusive. In response, all of us at Global Arts Corps have renewed our commitment to working with the next generation of young artists, educators, and activists and feel certain that this growing movement is more important than ever.
Petition to Review the Case of Osman Kavala
Our dear friend and colleague, rights advocate, philanthropist, and civil society figure, Osman Kavala, was arrested by Turkish officials in October and has been detained for nearly a month.