Arrival: Stories Mask and Movement

The Clinical Psychology Diversity Committee of the Department of Psychology is pleased to invite you to the show ARRIVAL: Stories, Mask & Movement. This show has been assembled at the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria thanks to a grant from the Government of Canada, and the Province of British Columbia.

We were able to bring it to you thanks to the generous support of the office of Catherine Mateer, Associate Vice-President Academic Planning, Grace Wong Sneddon, adviser to the provost on equity and diversity, and Silke Klenk, director of UVic’s International Office.

ABOUT THE SHOW [excerpt from the ICA website:]:

Arrival: Stories, Mask & Movement is a theatre presentation based on five new immigrant stories of arrival. Real-life immigrant stories of what it has meant to settle in a new land, a country with a different language and culture. Stories of new and surprising experiences, stories of hope and triumph, stories of challenge and surmounting obstacles, stories of new beginnings… The five stories represent the five continents of the world and are woven into a performance using movement, music and masks inspired by traditions from the countries where the stories originate.

WHEN: March 28th, 2014, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.
WHERE: Michele Pujol at the SUB.

Performance is free, first come first serve (limited capacity seating). See poster for details:


Download: ARRIVALS-poster (PDF).