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Creative Resilience Series ⁠— Performative Discussion: burn-out

November 15, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

- Free

We’re opening the Creative Resilience: Exploring Arts & Health series with Studio 303 by holding a Performative Discussion on topics of burnout and precarity. By starting with this open, participatory format, we hope to learn more about the specific needs and confusions artists have around health, and then respond to them in the subsequent events.

Friday, November 15th, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. @ Studio 303 – FREE

Free child care*

Studio 303 and ELAN are co-hosting a Performative Discussion on the topic of “Artist Burnout”. This event’s playful format (borrowed from Lois Weaver’s Long Table), preserves a space for intimate dialogue (anyone seated at the table is a guest speaker/performer) while an unlimited amount of observers may gather around the table.

Details

Date:
November 15, 2019
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.studio303.ca/en/performative-discussion-burn-out/

Organizers

ELAN
Studio 303

Venue

Studio 303
372 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montreal, Quebec H2X 1Z6 Canada
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Phone:
(514) 393-3771
Website:
https://www.studio303.ca/en/

Details

Date:
November 15, 2019
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
, , , , ,
Website:
https://www.studio303.ca/en/performative-discussion-burn-out/

Organizers

ELAN
Studio 303

Venue

Studio 303
372 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montreal, Quebec H2X 1Z6 Canada
+ Google Map
Phone:
(514) 393-3771
Website:
https://www.studio303.ca/en/

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