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International Women's Day Celebration 2016

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Pamela Burnard.

This free arts event is a celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8) and interculturality. This evening’s unique collection of items will explore diverse ways of performing.

Performers will share insights on the journeying to progress equality, social justice, arts-based research and the physical setting of performance, such as space, light, sound, objects and intercultural dialogue.

Performances will be:

  • Women in Music Research: Creating Music for Sensory Integration TherapyValerie Ross
  • Fearless Futures: An expression of the need for gender equityHanna McCloskey
  • A woman in a man’s world: piping through genderCassandre Balosso-Bardin
  • A piano and flute duet, on original music composed by Siddharth PandeySiddarth Spandey & Patrick Olsen
  • Performing InterculturalityAfrodita Nikolova & Victor Roy
  • Pass the Mic: Feminism in Hip-HopAya Waller-Bey
  • ‘Let all the world in every corner sing’ by Greta TomlinsHomerton Charter Choir conducted by Daniel Trocme-Latter
  • Reflect and Recover: a performance poem exploring the experiences of trafficked women in arts interventionsSumita Pujara
  • The performance of vulnerability – arts research-in-practiceHilary Cremin & Pamela Burnard
  • Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination: celebrating artists as community connectorsRuth Sapsed
  • ‘Cupcakes’ – A poem perfomed from her collection ‘Cherry Pie’Hollie McNish
  • Singing sisterhood across the race divideElizabeth Mackinlay
  • A performance by Daisy Corder (Year 11 trumpeter) with Sarah Bentley (Head of Music and Performing Arts Highbury Grove School)

Attendance is free, but register at http://homertoniwd2016.eventbrite.co.uk to ensure you get a place!

This talk is part of the Homerton CIG Series 2015 - 2016 series.

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