Paul Heritage

Paul Heritage
  • Professor of Drama and Performance and Director, People's Palace Projects, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom

Artistic Director, People's Palace Projects. For 20 years, created arts-based human rights projects, Britain and Brazil. Other projects include: 2006-12, Favela to the World cultural exchanges on art as a practice for change between Brazil and the UK; 2008, Amazônia performance-project involving hundreds of participants, thousands of spectators in London and Amazon region; Rio Occupation London for London 2012 Cultural Olympics: 30 Rio artists in London for 30 days, creating over 250 works of art engaging over 37,000 people.