Making the margins central to artistic practice with Mafwa

Leeds based Mafwa Theatre is hosting an online workshop on 27 November. During the session, you will work together in creating an inclusive manifesto for the arts sector focusing on marginalised communities.

Mafwa theatre

A two-hour workshop led by Mafwa theatre.

Event date: 27 November
Event time: 10 am

The session is part of Guild Conversations a programme of workshops programmed by East Street Arts. The aim is to equip the artist-led sector with tools and resources by connecting them with artists and arts facilitators.

Mafwa Theatre is a community theatre company that brings refugees, asylum seekers, and settled communities together. Join us for a discussion about marginalised populations and how artists, organisations, and practitioners can support communities that are disproportionately impacted by Covid-19 to create art.

During the session, you will work collectively during the session to create a manifesto that focuses on the experiences of making art by, with, and for marginalised communities.

The workshop will take place Friday 27 November, 10 am – 12 pm.

Book your place via the Eventbrite link below.

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