Whose Identity is it Anyway? Workshop and Ticket to Future Bodies

Thur 11 Oct, 6 - 7pm; 7.45pm show

A Slate and Unlimited Workshop for Black artists who identify as disabled.

This is your chance to explore the barriers and challenges faced by disabled artists of colour when working in the arts industry. In this session, we will discuss the changes that need to happen to overcome these challenges. This is also an opportunity to find out how to submit an Expression of Interest for Unlimited’s latest commission round.

Following the workshop, participants will be offered free tickets to Future Bodies - a HOME & Unlimited Theatre co-production in collaboration with RashDash, exploring a future of technologically upgraded human beings. 

Slate is a cross-art form development programme run by Eclipse to support Black* artists across the north of England by increasing access to local, national and international networks. 

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to confirm your place by Tues 9 Oct. Places are limited, so get in touch as soon as possible.

Developed and delivered by the Black arts sector in the North, Slate is funded by an Arts Council England Sustained Theatre Award.

*To Eclipse, Black includes anyone who is marginalized for their race or ethnicity.

Image: Whose Identity is it Anyway? Slate and Unlimited Panel Discussion at Sheffield Institute of Arts, April 2018 – photo by Thomas Husbands



Whose Identity is it Anyway? Workshop and Ticket to Future Bodies