Metal: Collective Encounters: Talking Participation: Ethics and Participatory Arts

Metal: Collective Encounters: Talking Participation: Ethics and Participatory Arts Metal: Collective Encounters: Talking Participation: Ethics and Participatory Arts


Venue: Metal at Edge Hill Station
Dates: 20/03/2020
Times: 18:00


Talking Participation: Ethics and Participatory Arts

6PM, 20th March 2020, Liverpool

What ethics & values shape and underpin our practice in the arts?

What ethical challenges confront practitioners? Participatory artists often work with vulnerable people or with sensitive topics, whether they be political or personal. This can be fraught with challenges. In our day to day practice we rarely have time to reflect on the ethics of our work, yet it’s fundamental to who we are and how we work.

In this Talking Participation, Abi Horsfield & Chrissie Tiller will offer provocations to start a round table debate about the ethical issues and challenges of participatory theatre practice. The run time of this event is 2 ½ hours, including dinner and networking. It is focused on engaging professionals working in participatory arts.

The evening will include a cooked vegetarian and vegan dinner.
Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when booking.
Suggested donation £4.

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