Talk: APAP* Feminist Futures - Can there be a feminist future in the performing arts?

*apap - advancing performing arts project
The Iceland University of the Arts. Laugarnesvegur 91, 105 Reykjavík. Black Box.
Wednesday the November 15th - 10:45-12:00
Open to all, no registration.
Accessibility: The Iceland University of the Arts has wheelchair access and accessible toilets.

Discussion about the project apap - FEMINIST FUTURES.

Speakers will be:
Silke Bake
General and Artistic Manager of apap - FEMINIST FUTURES
Marijana Cvetkovic
Co-founder, STATION Service for Contemporary Dance
Pauline Legeros
Consultant, Feminist Business Model of apap - FEMINIST FUTURES
Jacopo Lanteri
Overall Coordination and Artistic Program at Tanzfabrik Berlin
Moderating the discussions is Pétur Ármannsson, Artistic Director of Reykjavík Dance Festival.
apap  - advancing performing arts project is an international network of 11 cultural organisations from all over Europe. The network exists since 2000. 
The new project apap – FEMINIST FUTURES is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and aims for an ambitious undertaking: initiate powerful social changes through art. The main goal of the project is to address inequality in the contemporary Performing Arts, using the body of thought consolidated by the term Intersectional Feminism to find concrete structural answers and raise public awareness.
This event is a collaboration between Reykjavík Dance Festival and The Iceland University of the Arts.