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Report now online Images of America - Reality and Stereotypes
Report now online Images of America - Reality and Stereotypes
Oscar Tollast 
Latest session report of the Salzburg Seminar American Studies Association now available
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Eileen Briggs - "We are definitely in a reactionary mode"
Eileen Briggs spoke to FM4 while she attended The Art of Resilience: Creativity, Courage and Renewal
Eileen Briggs - "We are definitely in a reactionary mode"
Oscar Tollast 
Native American Fellow speaks to Austrian radio station about Standing Rock movement and how art can encourage resilience
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What can we learn from the art of resilience?
What can we learn from the art of resilience?
Oscar Tollast 
Fellows explore ways to move forward and use arts and culture sector to enhance individual and societal resilience
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Anida Yoeu Ali - “You can have very powerful conversations without speaking a single word”
Anida Yoeu Ali - “You can have very powerful conversations without speaking a single word”
Andrea Abellan 
Cambodian-American artist explains how her use of movement, humor and brightly-colored structures in public spaces can open wider conversations 
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Orijit Sen - "Comics allow the audience to identify with the characters – it lets them enter their world"
Anida Youe Ali
Orijit Sen - "Comics allow the audience to identify with the characters – it lets them enter their world"
Andrea Abellan 
Indian graphic artist and designer on how comics can tell difficult, complex and compelling stories
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How art and the cultural sector can support indigenous communities
How art and the cultural sector can support indigenous communities
Oscar Tollast 
Fellows discuss how art and cultural sector can reinforce resilience of indigenous communities
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Climate resilience - Where do we go next?
Climate resilience - Where do we go next?
Oscar Tollast 
Experts explore ways to open up climate change conversation
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