A Conversation between women, for women.
VENUE: York Theatre, Seymour Centre, NSW.
Featuring Guest Speakers:
Dr. ELIZABETH MCMAHON Ph.D.
Why are women still so underrepresented in stage and screen? Why are women underrepresented in creative roles? Why are we still reading disturbingly sexist casting briefs? Why are there so few women artistic directors?
As women in the arts, we have a responsibility to foster and fight for an industry that gives a voice to women, not only for the sake of our own careers, but for women as a whole who have a right to see their stories represented on stage and screen.
We invite you to an open discussion of our experiences as women in the entertainment industry, and a brainstorm of practical strategies to address these challenges and facilitate change.
Equity is not rocket science. Let’s make it happen.
PLEASE NOTE THIS INITIAL EVENT IS OPEN ONLY TO WOMEN.
Media coverage in the lead up to the event:
Sydney Morning Herald
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND AND WISH TO HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD
Email firstname.lastname@example.org your responses to the following questions:
Q1. What gender related issues have you observed as a consumer and maker of theatre and screen content?
Q2. How have these experiences impacted on you emotionally, psychologically, professionally, and financially?
Q3. What does your ideal future for women in the theatre and screen industries look like?
Organisers: Erica Lovell, Clementine Mills, Libby Munro, Lizzy Schebesta, Maryann Wright.
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