As Project Manager & Events Busybody of #WeShallNotBeRemoved, I couldn’t resist sharing these free online events with some incredible women doing incredible things.
Rachel Nwokoro: “They Can’t Stop Us” Storytelling & Post-Traumatic Growth in an Age of Chaos
Monday 22nd March // 7.45 – 9pm // Online via Zoom
An evening of angelic agitation, creative exploration and storytelling with Multidisciplinary Artivist, Rachel Nwokoro. A recent “Disability Champion” Black British Theatre Award winner, Rachel will be sharing her transformative experience of state violence, disability justice and how it has influenced her creative career path.
Book your free space via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/they-cant-stop-us-whos-in-the-zoom-its-rachel-nwokoro-tickets-146589813077
Raquel Meseguer Zafe: Crip Practice & Belonging – Wishes for An Inclusive Recovery
Monday 29th March // 4-5.30pm // Online via Zoom
In this webinar, Raquel will share her recent research Crip Tech & Belonging which explored how we go beyond standard access to create a sense of belonging in our public spaces.
Raquel will also share her efforts to create a Resting Spaces Network, her wishes for an inclusive recovery in the arts, and consider how we might convene conversations with local art organisations & venues to move towards more equitable spaces.
Book your free space at Raquel’s event via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/crip-practice-belonging-by-raquel-meseguer-zafe-tickets-144224265661?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
On April 1st, we will have a special event with professional performer, poet, mega-babe and playwright, Chanje Kunda.
Later in April we’ll have a fully accessible presentation by Studio Cano of their latest theatre-zoom technology solutions.
But you’ll have to wait a wee bit for those booking links! You didn’t hear it from me!