01 November 2018 to 04 November 2018
01 November 2018 to 04 November 2018
 

The gender of the future

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Gender equality is far from being a reality, with more men than women leading companies and theatre institutions, it’s as simple as that. The reactions to this fact vary widely: women career movements fight for female leadership; others see this approach as just a replacement of one power system by another. The latter point out that new structures, e.g. in independent theatres, are less patriarchal for a structural reason. And the demands for quota in employment schemes are countered by the approach aiming to develop a new concept of intersectional diversity in cultural institutions.

This session will offer an experienced insight into the different aspects of the current efforts and allow for a more fact-based discussion. Hopefully we will unveil a fresh strategy and maybe even find the way to unite forces with unexpected allies.

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Gasteig München - Carl-Amery-Saal, floor 1
Rosenheimer Straße 5
D-81667
München
Deutschland
2 November, 2018 - 11:00 to 13:00

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image of Fernando BITTENCOURT HERSAN

Let's act now session at IETM Bucharest discussed gender equality and sexual identities and defined some concrete steps that IETM members and the network as a whole can take. Read the report: https://www.ietm.org/en/publications/lets-act-now-on-gender-as-a-politic...

Posted 4 weeks 52 min ago
image of Fernando BITTENCOURT HERSAN

The fifth edition of our Fresh Perspectives deals with a complex and delicate topic whose borders are often blurred - gender. It highlights some crucial points – the definition of genders, gender identity, feminism, gender bias and discrimination – that intertwine in a complex individual and social web. Free download: https://www.ietm.org/en/publications/of-boxes-and-ceilings-arts-and-gender

Posted 4 weeks 51 min ago
image of Helen Varley JAMIESON

Documentary (30m) about the Magdalena Project, featuring footage from two festivals in 2011 and discussion of the history of the project and its importance for some of the women involved: https://vimeo.com/73296438

Posted 3 weeks 6 days ago