What Next? Rural – 28 March 2pm
Join us on 28th March at 2pm on Zoom for What Next? Rural, focusing on:
Equity & Equality in the Rural Touring Sector
An opportunity to discuss how access and diversity help us to create a more equal rural touring sector.
What do we understand ‘equity’ & ‘equality’ to mean? How does it relate to the work we do in the rural touring sector.
Hannah Prior theatre maker, arts leader and co-founder of participatory theatre organisation Ignition CIC is an advocate and champion for equity of access, enabling better creative opportunities for disabled people. Hannah will be introducing us to the Open Access Training she runs, focusing on the key areas of the Social Model of Disability and facilitating a discussion that will include practical tools and tangible examples.
Following this is an introduction to the team at Black Country Touring who will share what they set out to do in diversifying their team, what they achieved, what they learnt and what it has inspired them to do going forward.
This session is open to members and non members of NRTF, so if you would like to join us but you aren’t a member and you aren’t signed up to our mailing list, please register your interest by completing this google form.
A Zoom link will be sent out on 27th March, to everyone on our mailing list, and those who have completed the sign up form.
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