Where once "multicultural" was enough and "cross-cultural" was the au courant, the "intercultural' has become a popular buzzword widely bandied around.
However, what exactly do we mean by “intercultural”?
How is the “intercultural” being manifested and represented today?
What are the various tensions, forces and points of rupture that form the “intercultural”?
Are there differing understandings of the “intercultural” and can they be reconciled?
How can the arts, in particular theatre, play a role in shaping meanings and discourses about the “intercultural”?
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This forum is held in collaboration with the Arts and Culture Management Program, at the Singapore Management University School of Social Sciences.