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Power, Gender and the Arts

Part of the Saturday Sessions

A morning of provocation and discussion that continues this cross-festival conversation about power and gender in the arts.

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What can we do to achieve gender equality in the arts, on stage and off? How do we make meaningful and lasting change at last, in our programming and in our working practices? Join us with speakers including Catherine Mayer (Primadonna Festival), Emma Gladstone (Dance Umbrella) and Joyce Rosario (PuSh International Performing Arts Festival). Lucy Kerbel (Tonic Theatre) will chair the event.

BSL
British Sign Language interpreted performance
24 Aug 11am

Lucy Kerbel Tonic Theatre
Catherine Mayer 
Primadonna Festival
Emma Gladstone Dance Umbrella
Joyce Rosario PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

Presented by Edinburgh International Festival in collaboration with Edinburgh’s Fringe, Book, Art and Film Festivals and Dance Umbrella


More information about some of the panelists:

Lucy Kerbel
Website | Twitter

Catherine Mayer
Website | Primadonna WebsiteTwitter | Facebook

Emma Gladstone
Website | Twitter

Joyce Rosario
Website | Twitter

24 August 2019

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