Community Dialogue Sessions - October 17 & 21

Join us for a series of Free Community Dialogue Sessions exploring the topic of gender socialization and the limitations both men and women experience in "how we think we have to be."  These dialogues are designed to hear what you have to say about the limitations you've experienced based on your gender and the impacts of those limitations on your future.  The dialogues will also discover what it would look like to create a new way of relating to each other in our gender, resulting in a New We in the world. 

Led by Meredith Kalaman, a local dance artists and leader committed to art being representative of the communities experience and to people being fully self expressed in what matters to them. These dialogues are the basis of the second phase of research for Meredith's first full length dance work, Femme Fatales, addressing gender socialization through history. 

We want to hear what you have to say! Join us for one or both of these Free Community Dialogue Sessions and contribute to this vital conversation! 

Dates: Saturday October 17, 2:30-4:30pm (Multimedia Room) & Wednesday October 21, 6:30-8:30pm (Room B)

Location: Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre

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