Talk

DaDaFest Edward Rushton lecture

Nickie Miles-Wildin
Date:
30 Nov 2019
Time:
2pm
Suitable for:
adults
Booking:
Free event, pre-booking is essential

Disabled women in arts and culture: who’s calling the shots?

Join us for the annual Edward Rushton Social Justice Lecture, as part of DaDaFest.

Book your free ticket on Eventbrite.

Theatre maker and Associate Director for Graeae Theatre company, Nickie Miles-Wildin, will be your key note speaker and host of this event, looking at the representation of disabled women in the arts sector.

With a lively panel discussion chaired by Dr Erin Pritchard, lecturer at Liverpool Hope University in the department of Disability and Education, panellists artist Jackie Hagan, artist Cheryl Martin and Tammy Reynolds will interrogate this theme further, looking at how stereotypical portrayals of disabled women affect our perception of disabled women in reality.

DaDaFest want to involve you in the conversation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions and share thoughts on this critical subject.

Can’t make it? This event will be livestreamed via the DaDaFest Facebook page @DaDaFest

This event is inspired by the strength and revolutionary ideology of human rights campaigner Edward Rushton, who was born in November over 260 years ago.

This event is also part of RISE Liverpool, a season of exhibitions, events and happenings exploring and featuring extraordinary female artists, thinkers and leaders in Liverpool.

Access: BSL, captioned

Format: Lecture, panel discussion and audience Q and A