Bring Me In: Bridging the Gender Balance Gap

Posted by Regent's Place on 26th February 2019 | comments

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Bring Me In: Bridging the Gender Balance Gap
By the S+K Project & Regent’s Place

To celebrate gender balance this International Women’s day, The S+K Project & Regent’s Place come together to host a unique networking and performance event that celebrates creative collaborations in the arts.  Featuring insightful discussions and live musical performances, the event brings together producers, poets, broadcasters, publishers and musicians.

A panel discussion on closing the gender balance gap will be led by artist and essayist Varaidzo as we look to make the arts accessible for everyone, regardless of gender or race.

The S+K Project is committed to bridging the gap between emerging artists and the professional creative sector to help people pursue a career in the arts.

Join us on Friday 8 March to support local talent, learn a thing or two from those already in the game and join us in our mission of Bridging the Gap to make the arts for everyone.

Where: 17-19 Triton Street, Regent’s Place, London, NW1 3BF
When: Doors 6pm, Event 6:30-9pm


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