NAE are proud to support When I Dare To Be Powerful an international conference will bring filmmakers, artists, writers and activists, together with conceptual thinkers and cultural theorists in order to answer pressing questions relating to voice as an agent of change.
Here are the links to the Podcasts: Series of conversations in partnership with New Art Exchange.
When I Dare to be Powerful International Conference is an in-person conference that will be held in Nottingham, England. It brings filmmakers, artists, writers and activists together with conceptual thinkers and cultural theorists in order to answer pressing questions relating to voice as an agent of change. Centred on voice as a lens through which we conceive of a social alterity the conference features academics, practitioners and activists interested in exploring coming to voice as an act of resistance.
When I Dare To Be Powerful one-day conference offers a packed programme of events running up to and including the conference itself:
- A series of online talks in partnership with Formations.
- A Podcasts: Series of conversations in partnership with New Art Exchange.
- Keynote speakers: Filmmaker and activist Mania Akbari and activist and academic Professor Rabab Abdulhadi.
- Sixteen panellists from around the world.
The conference period begins on 26th April and runs through to the one-day conference in June. Have your say. Join us in the conversations relating to voice, around which our one-day conference is based.
Register here. The conference is free to attend and will take place in person on Wednesday 21st June 2023.
Conference address: Nottingham Trent University, 50 Shakespeare St, Nottingham NG1 4FQ.
A map to the city campus can be found here including directions for travelling to the university – https://www.ntu.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0024/175650/city-campus-2d-map.pdf
Visit our When I Dare To Be Powerful website to find our more.
We are grateful that our When I Dare to Be Powerful International conference and talks have been sponsored and is supported by Midlands3Cities, Midlands4Cities, Formations and New Art Exchange.