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Online Panel at Edinburgh Fringe
March 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Join our panel of seasoned arts practitioners as we talk about some of the ideas and solutions that are being explored as we emerge into a new, inclusive arts community.
Over the past two years, as our world has lived through incredible turmoil and trauma, CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts / Association Canadienne Des Organismes Artistiques) has convened weekly conversations between artists and presenters from Canada and around the world. Exploring common themes of isolation, loneliness, and despair, we all agreed that the events happening around us were irrevocably changing the way we need to work as an artistic community. As our discussions grew, the common themes of hope, change, power, and action took shape as we talked about a future grounded in the notion of fairness, equality, and access.
Chair: Pam Patel, Artistic Director, MT Space
Sherry J. Yoon, Artistic Director, Boca Del Lupo
Hope Azeda, Artistic Director, Mashirika Performing Arts
Rafael Palacios Callejas, Director, Sankofa Danzafro
Rodney Bell, dancer and award-winning performer
BSL will be provided at this event by Rachel Amey and Donna Jewell, as well as simultaneous translation into English, Spanish, Portuguese. and French.
This event is organised by CAPACOA and The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, with the support of Canadian Heritage.