A Respectful Conversation returns to the Arts Centre for a discussion on the popular queer art form of drag.
A Respectful Conversation returns to the Arts Centre for a discussion on the popular queer art form of drag. A panel of speakers with diverse perspectives will explore the topic of drag and its related themes (identity, community, labels, Pride and more). The conversation will be moderated by Katy Jon Went, and our panel of speakers are to be confirmed. Katy is a public speaker & educator on LGBTQ+, mental health, neurodiversity, human rights, bias, diversity & inclusion. They’re regularly on TV, radio & podcasts; at conferences, on panels, festivals, Prides, universities, TEDx and the steps of city hall! They work with the Human Library developing dialogue and conversation culture across humanity’s differences. Their gift is non-confrontational communicating from head and heart with honesty and humour, hearing all perspectives. This is not a debate with winners and losers but a chance for proper conversations in a safe and respectful environment. There will be an opportunity for everyone to join in and share thoughts and ideas. The Norwich Arts Centre is a safe space for the LBGTQ+ community and stands against discrimination or harassment of any kind. If you have any additional access needs please check out our accessibility page and get in touch. This event is part of Tilted Queer, a festival of LGBTQ+ centered performance curated by Liv in collaboration with Norwich Arts Centre.
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