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Dr Katharine Low
theatre practitioner, researcher & senior lecturer interested in health, South Africa, engaging & provocative theatre. trustee of
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 13
Replying to @williambarlow15
Sorry wrong Will 😂
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 13
noting the vital importance of artistry and art making in a senior project. Health and well-being is good but being celebrated as artists is key 🌟🌟🌟 YES Forum
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 12
The joys of meeting a person who has been mentored by your brilliant colleague in Scotland while you are in New York 🤩🤩
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 12
Loved seeing our co-edited book (Veronica Baxter and I) the at the Forum on Theatre and Health in . including index finger
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Gemma Munday Apr 12
18-32 and living in the UK? Affected by and want to inspire others? Apply to be a speaker at the brilliant Speaker Tour 2019:
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 12
joyous symmetry of hearing & at in last week on care and hearing Lemn's words and poems shared as part of a presentation at the Forum on Theatre & Health yesterday in
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NAZ Apr 9
Sexual health is a social justice issue.
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Nezo Digger Apr 10
On Monday 15th April Positive Talks Project will hold a social Film Night for Women With HIV to come together, socialise, relax together.
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Dr Selina Busby Apr 12
Excited to be today co-presenting with We are sharing our current research 18 months into a four year project investigating the role theatre can play urban communities in regard to inequity, social justice, & sustainable living.
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NYU Steinhardt Educational Theatre Apr 12
Exciting opening panel for : How can theatre contribute to health? Thinking about the power of silences and the idea that “the mute is always speaking.” What is being said even when we’re not hearing a “voice”?
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 12
Thank you for the invitation to speak on this panel and thanks to my co-panelists. Important discussions to be continued about ethics, intentions of practice and how we claim and own the value of our work.
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 12
SO enjoyed presenting about our research together with my wonderful colleague thank you to our project partners at Outreach Foundation and and to and for supporting our research
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NYU Steinhardt Educational Theatre Apr 12
So happy you’re here with us! Thank you for sharing your work!
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 6
How wonderful was that! Thank you to the equally brilliant & & for that event. Again please and for longer next time. So many questions and conversations still to have
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TheSickOfTheFringe Apr 6
THERE'S ONLY ONE and we were SO THRILLED to have been part of sustaining a Thank you also to our superstar chair, that is
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Katy Annand Apr 6
and at the wellcome collection; thank you for talking about the complexities of care and the care system, it is unusual to come across events that understand the betrayal and the beauty.
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Dr Katharine Low Apr 6
So excited for this! 🌟
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Prinx Lydia Mar 26
My little shop is for trans and non-conforming bodies, most of the items are handmade by me, others are vintage and handpicked my me. If your looking for something fun, fancy or…
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Let's Decolonise Central Mar 26
Hi , this report by found that about half of staff/students surveyed couldn't agree that racial discrimination is not tolerated at Central, or that race-related incidents would result in action from the school. How does that square with your headline?
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Dr Katharine Low Mar 12
very excited to hear talk on “Erotic Maroonage: embodying emancipation in Jamaican Dancehall Culture” tonight 🌟🌟🌟
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