Quebec Drama Federation presents Serving Up Knowledge: The Process of Care
Serving Up Knowledge is a new learning series of panel discussions, long table conversations, consultations, and presentations that are both informative and social in nature. The series invites community members to learn and share their thoughts and experiences on selected topics or issues facing the English-speaking theatre community in Quebec.
QDF’s FIRST edition of Serving Up Knowledge explores the process of care in creative processes and presentation.
-How does the arts administrator ensure a safe space for staff, performers, and audiences alike?
-What methods can the artist use to care for themselves, their teams and their work?
-What tools and resources do we need to better support and care for our artistic communities?
Join us in this opportunity to engage in advocacy, self-empowerment and community action!
Overview/ Introduction on Care:
TAMARA BROWN, performer, director, poet
EDA HOLMES, Artistic and Executive Director of Centaur Theatre Company
-HELEN SIMARD, choreographer, performer, artist
-JON RONDEAU, General Manager, The Segal Centre for Performing Arts
-MICHAELA DI CESARE, playwright and performer
With complimentary treats!
The event will be in the Gallery Space of Centaur Theatre followed by a 3PM performance of BTW’s How Black Mothers Say I Love you by Trey Anthony
Metro: Place D’Armes Station, Bus: 55