3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Trafalgar Warehouse 2. See venue details and map...
FREE – booking recommended
Come along to this chat which will take inspiration from the photographs in the exhibition to discuss Barbara’s work and the wider Sheffield scene then and now.
Barbara clearly captured a snapshot in Sheffield’s music ‘scene’ but what is the scene looking like now – can Sheffield still be considered a music city?
How has the landscape changed from when Barbara was capturing the city through her lens and what is the impact now of the social changes she documented then?
Our talk will feature DJ and producer Winston Hazel, Creative coach and consultant Auriel Majumdar and actress Julie Stewart (subject to Julie being in the country).
Auriel is a Creative Coach and Consultant with over 20 years’ experience working in organisations as manager, strategist and change maker. In her coaching practice, Auriel specialises in business, leadership and personal development in the creative sector. Her coaching and facilitation practice has a particular emphasis on the use of creative techniques to challenge individuals and groups to achieve the changes they want. She is a lecturer on the MSc. Coaching and Mentoring programme at Sheffield Hallam University and is currently undertaking Doctoral research for a PhD researching the connections between Coaching and Art.
Auriel has been a part of the Sheffield club scene since the 1980s when she was a Jive Turkey regular and is passionately committed to making sure that the contribution women have made to the local music scene is not overlooked.
- Access: please note this event takes place on the first floor. If you need are a wheelchair user or need assistance with access please contact us on email@example.com and we can arrange access via another entrance.
Images: ©Barbara Wasiak.