QUIET VOICE ARTS PROJECT – BAD BLOOD IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SICKLE CELL SOCIETY
What is it about?
A sound track is being produced for a short multi-media dance performance which explores the complex relationship that Afro-Caribbean people have living with Sickle Cell Disorder.
The film and performance will be screened on Wednesday 27th September 2017 with other artists performing and a presentation by the Sickle Cell Society. Ticket sales from the event will be donated to The Sickle Cell Society.
This performance will be filmed and screened as part of a major exhibition running from 12th October to 1st November at the Science Gallery London.
The project is being produced by Stephen Rudder of Quiet Voice who has Sickle Cell Trait.
How many people do you need and what age?
We are looking for 10 people from Caribbean Heritage living with Sickle Cell Disorder to participate in this exciting arts project.
We need people from Caribbean Heritage living with sickle cell Disorder of all ages: predominantly young people over 15 years old as well as adults and elders.
We also need 1 person between the age of 18-25 years to attend four sessions for the research and development stage.
Ideally we are looking for people living in London and especially those in the London Borough of Southwark.
What will I have to do?
You will attend a relaxed and informal interview session where you will express your perspective on certain aspects of living with Sickle Cell Disorder.
Where and when will it take place?
Individual interview sessions will take place between these dates: Thursday 17th August 2017 to Thursday 24th August 2017 at our South London office at Longfield Hall, 50 Knatchbull Road, London, SE5 9QY.
Interviews will take between 30 – 45 minutes. Travel will be reimbursed and you will receive an £10 Amazon gift voucher for your time.
I am interested to find out more, what do I have to do?
Please contact Stephen Rudder at Quiet Voice by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile 07973 424 947.