‘Cymru a Bryniau Casia-Jaiñtia/Wales and the Khasi-Jaiñtia Hills’, special day event at St Fagan’s Museum of National History (public engagement/sharing of research)

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A one day event exploring the cultural links between Wales and the Khasi-Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya, north east India. Sessions based on research conducted by Welsh and Khasi collaborators, funded by The Leverhulme Trust. Including: Introducing Wales and the Khasi-Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya – Professor Lisa Lewis, University of South Wales (USW); Professor Desmond Kharmawphlang, North-eastern Hill University (NEHU); Dr Helen Davies (USW); Gareth Bonello (USW); Benedict Hynñiewta (NEHU); Lapdiang Syiem (Khasi performer); Rhys ap Trefor (Welsh performer); film by Dr Aparna Sharma, University of California Los Angeles. Session will include discussion of objects from the Missionary Collection, through kind permission of the Historical Society of the Presbyterian Church of Wales.Live acoustic set, Welsh and Khasi music, with Gareth Bonello and Benedict Hynñiewta. Drama Workshop for children 4-11 yrs old. Storytelling session on Khasi mythology: The Story of the Cockerel with Desmond Kharmawphlang.Remembering the Khasi-Jaintia Hills. In conversation with children of Welsh missionaries.Performance by members of the Khasi-Cymru Collective: ‘Performing Journeys’, based on Khasi mythology and letters home from Welsh missionaries. Multi-lingual performance in English, Khasi and Welsh. Followed by post-show discussion.
Cyfnod12 Hyd 2019
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