Dwarfism: What Next? is an opportunity for the Dwarf community to talk about the issues facing us today and how we would like to shape the narrative of our bodies in arts, culture and media at the beginning of a new decade.
The workshop will be taking place on Saturday 25th April 2020 between 10am – 4pm at the David Puttnam Media Centre, St. Peter’s Campus, University of Sunderland, SR6 0DD.
This is the second of the two funded podcasting workshops specifically for the Dwarfism community.
Participants need to be aged 18+. Please let us know below if you will be bringing a support person with you.
Want to join us?
If you are interested in participating in the workshop and…
- you have a form of dwarfism – diagnosed or undiagnosed,
- are aged 18+,
- are available on Saturday 25th April 2020 to attend the workshop,
…then please fill out this form to register your interest.
There are limited spaces available on the workshop!
If you have any questions about the workshop, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is supported with funding from Arts Council England and the National
Lottery Heritage Fund, through Sunderland Culture’s Creative Development Fellowship.
- The David Puttnam Media Centre is based on the St. Peter’s Campus of the University of Sunderland, and is a safe venue.
- St. Peter’s is the nearest Metro Station and is an approx 0.8 of mile walk to the building. There are no taxi ranks at this station.
- Sunderland Central Station has local, regional and national rail links in the City Centre. There is lift access and a taxi rank at the station.
- Park Lane Interchange is the main bus station in the city centre. Go North East Sunderland Connect service – 700 | 701 | 702 go to the Sir Tom Cowie Campus that the media is situated on. Here’s the timetable.
- It is about a 10-15 minute Taxi drive from the bus station or railway station.
- There is parking available next to the building. Parking permits will be available on the day for free parking. There is about a 20m walk, alongside the building to the entrance of the building.
- The entrance to the Media Centre has disabled access with a touchpad.
- The workshop will be taking place on the ground floor of the building.
- You can rest when need to.
- Plenty of step stools to be able to get up and down from chairs and rest feet.
- Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.