After rigorous debate on Creative Cities theories and the Role of Arts Boards, we will be wrapping up our spring series of Civil Debates with #CivilDebates 3: Idle No More.
Resolution to be addressed:
The issues that created the Idle No More movement require extreme methods to achieve change.
Playwright, dramaturg and director Yvette Nolan
Writer and researcher Hayden King
Mother, curator, image and word warrior Wanda Nanibush
Unlike the previous two #CivilDebates, Civil Debates 3: Idle No More will be adopting a 5-step debate model:
1. 5 minutes from each of the speakers responding to the debate resolution.
2. Up to 5 minutes each for each of the speakers to respond to any of the ideas put forward by the other speakers.
3. Reading of 21 Provocative Statements. 7 each provided by by the speakers, but not-attributed.
4. Opportunity for audience members to respond to one of the statements for two minutes. Debaters may also participate.
5. Conclusion. An opportunity to define the final portion of the discussion to discuss any actions, opportunities or ideas have been illuminated by the discussion.
Civil Debates 3: Idle No More
WHEN: June 18, 2013; doors 7pm, debates 7.30pm
WHERE: The Theatre Centre Pop-Up, 1095 Queen St. West, at Dovercourt
PWYC at the door. No RSVP required.
Civil Debates are co-produced by Praxis Theatre and The Theatre Centre.