Panel Talks & Workshops
503STUDIO: How to embed diversity and inclusion into your creative life
- 9:00 pm
03 March 2021
Online | £1 - £17
We are at a critical point in our industry’s history with challenges and opportunities in equal measure. Now, more than ever, we need to ensure we break down barriers to accessing and progressing in the industry. As you embark on your creative activities, from the seed of an idea, full production up to how a company develops and implements its core aims and objectives, we offer a practical session equipping you with a starter kit to ensure diversity and inclusion is embedded in everything you do.
Change management expert and 503 Board member, Zena Tuitt, will lead a session translating words into action alongside Theatre503’s Associate Director, Anastasia Osei-Kuffour.
Anastasia Osei-Kuffour. Photo by Wasi Daniju
This is a repeat of How To…Embed Diversity and Inclusion Into Your Creative Life session featured in our Autumn Writer’s Programme.
Theatre503’s How To… are Pay What You Can, thanks to DCMS Cultural Recovery Fund and our Share The Drama scheme.
Register to attend here
If you would like to discuss any access requirements and how we can accommodate them, prior to booking, please get in touch with us.
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Running time: 2 hours.
Zena Tuitt is a global business development professional with 14 years ‘Big 4’ operational, people and organisational change management experience. She is passionate about creativity and entrepreneurship with a focus on working with leaders and organisations that have a commitment to embedding racial equality into their ‘business as usual’. She is committed to finding ‘radical empathetic’ ways to create win/win moments that ‘set elephants free’, build strong relationships and enable personal development and growth. She was the Executive Producer on Bad Breed and Theatre503’s production of J’Ouvert by Yasmin Joseph.
Header Image courtesy of Zena Tuitt