Saturday 16 May, 10-4pm
at Blackfriar’s Settlement, London SE1 0RB
Do the Arts and media genuinely represent all of society? In our creative workforces, in the rehearsal room, in our training institutions, on our screens and stages. And in our audiences?
Clore Prize Fund Winners Extraordinary Bodies offers a provocation about how arts and media organisations can engage all of society, whilst galvanising the arts and social justice agenda. At a time when politics is dividing society, how can we come together as an industry to show the value diversity brings?
This practical training day for cultural leaders puts you in the ‘hot-seat’ and invites you to plan and share creative responses to inequality in the Cultural Industries. We are trying to change the world. Come and join us.
This event is aimed at cultural or community leaders. The agenda is simple: activating social change. You will also be invited to attend and observe a workshop on making circus and performing arts accessible for disabled and non-disabled young people on Sunday 17 May.
£50 for people from organisations; £30 for individuals . Bursaries are available. Please note that there are only 20 places available for this intimate and thought provoking day.
To book or for further information, contact Extraordinary Bodies’ Participation Producer Nick White email@example.com 07875 714995