Date
Sun, Nov 17, 2019, 6pm - 8pm
Location
The Tallest Poppy
Address
103 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, MB
 

The conversation around safer spaces in the arts has been increasingly in the spotlight. How do we, as a community, make our spaces safer for audiences, artists, and workers? Join community members for a free panel discussion on the concepts behind, and importance of, safer spaces, and the challenges in creating and maintaining them, with a focus on gender, sexual orientation, and the experiences of Black people, Indigenous people, people of colour, and the people who exist at those intersections. Presented by Manitoba Music & Creative Manitoba

GENERAL INFO & REGISTRATION

Space is limited and advance registration is strongly encouraged. All workshops take place at Manitoba Music (1-376 Donald Street, Winnipeg) unless otherwise listed.

Childcare can be provided, free of charge, with three days advance notice.

ASL interpretation and live transcription can be available by request with one week’s notice.

Three ways to register:

ONLINE at manitobamusic.com/workshops
PHONE us at 204.975.5188
IN PERSON at Manitoba Music

For more info please contact:

Elise Roller, Industry Development Coordinator
Manitoba Music
204.975.5188
elise@manitobamusic.com

 

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