ISPA Series at the Fringe – Shifting Identities



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Artist:
ISPA and Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society


Genre:
Events -

Age Limit:
0+

Description:
A small allocation of tickets available on the door, first come, first served.'Be a provocative warrior, not an honourable citizen', reflects Egyptian surgeon-turned-satirist Bassem Youssef. Following a pre-recorded provocation from January's ISPA Congress, a panel will convene to reflect on the meaning of identity and free speech and what this means for one's practice, community and the performing arts. Does art help make sense of conflicting values? How do ever-changing identities in an increasingly polarised world impact the arts? We'll reflect, interject, and shape this conversation together. Followed by networking lunch.

Warnings:
None

Venue Code:
2
Venue Room:
Informatics Forum
Venue:
Fringe Central
Venue Address:
Appleton Tower
Venue Postcode:
EH8 9LE

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Performances

DayDateStartEndDurationPriceTitleStatus
Tue20/0811:0014:003:000.00Free Ticketed