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Bukjeh is a performance created to empower refugees and migrants to share their stories with communities, building empathy, connection, and understanding.
What would you bring with you if you had to leave home forever? For a refugee, a Bukjeh can be their whole world.
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Aseel shows an unparalleled commitment to her craft. She eats, sleeps and breathes community arts and cultural development practice as a life force, not only for her but for the vulnerable communities she engages and supports.
Aseel has incredible stamina for transformation, is undaunted by barriers, and prolific in making the case for a more diverse arts sector.
Award-winning artist, and TEDx PluggedIn 2020 best speaker Aseel, is an important voice in the Australian cultural landscape. she has been instrumental in using her cultural practice to shed light on the experiences of those living in war-torn countries and conditions.
She is a highly sought-after speaker on the subject of cultural rights, and the role of the arts in building social cohesion and harmony through her projects.
Aseel has been a leader in delivering educations programs throughout Australia for almost a decade. she promotes intercultural experiences for schools, early learning centers, corporate, and community organisations.
She offers a range of workshops, incursions, and programs, to provides students with a meaningful and experiential connection to Australia’s diverse cultural communities. Students are invited to work and reflect alongside Aseel and her team of Bukjeh’s artists to create art in response to their perceptions of home, journeys, and displacement.
Aseel is a prolific art maker, drawing diverse participants into her orbit through the courage of her convictions and the power of her stories. Aseel is a highly capable project manager, overseeing culturally complex and sensitive processes with care, intellect, and rigor.
Aseel shows an unparalleled commitment to her craft. She eats, sleeps and breathes community arts and cultural development. Aseel has incredible stamina for transformation, is undaunted by barriers, and prolific in making the case for a more diverse arts sector.
Veronica Pardo, Multiculture Art Victoria