Practitioners have described Intercultural Roots as a “a home”, “a performative healing space” and “a non-judgemental place to cultivate our inner voice and be in tune with inner values”. ENABLE-THE-ENABLER is our community hub for practitioners offering mutual care, support and sharing from Passion to Profession - with opportunities for artistic, somatic and facilitator co-learning that is all a part of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Intercultural Roots is curating partnerships with somatic and artistic practitioners and groups based on principles of integrity, equality and respect for mutual benefit. By opening our horizontal infrastructure, class / course, performance and video production is more cost-effectively delivered, allowing practitioners to focus on what they do best and co-creating opportunities for income.
Our annual Health & WELLth Festival programme integrates health and social wellbeing through a plethora of initiatives that includes artistic, creative, cultural, somatic and critical care programs. The principles of interconnectivity, sustainability and collaboration create the framework behind all the initiatives of this project. Health & WELLth expands the concept of health across transdisciplinary practices while promoting dialogue between the many layers of social life through educational and artistic events.
An open call to join a fully funded 3-day artists residency in the Yorkshire Dales National Park 4th - 6th November 2022. You will be filmed performing in chorus with and within the hills, limestone pavements and caves near to Ingleton with full board accommodation, local transport and support provided.
MHFA is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. We deliver this and our online Virtual Lifebelts resources in partnership with the Evexia Foundation.
Intercultural Roots' Creative Labs provide a platform for sharing choreographic and performance making practices, critical inquiry and promoting debates. They invite artists to investigate their own practices looking at fundamental 'arts for health & social change' issues in creative ways.