Visual and performing arts events
23 October, Day 1 - Opening & Performances/Screenings
The full program for the first day is open to the public. For information, and to book, visit the eventbrite page. The sessions are free of charge but booking is essential (except for registered conference participants as they are automatically booked in).
NB The booking is for the whole day but please feel free to come to just one session or as many as you like. Please arrive ahead of the start time, to avoid disruption.
1.30pm — 2pm
Opening: Welcome, introduction to the ACIS research project, and opening remarks by Ms Roberta Ronzitti, Consul of Italy in S.A., and the Honorable Katrine Hildyard MP, Shadow Minister for Status of Women/Multicultural Affairs.
2pm — 3pm
Daphne (new opera) and the Performance of Violence (librettist Fleur Kilpatrick, composer Joshua van Konkelenberg and soprano Bethany Hill)
3pm — 3.30pm
Talk by Corinna Di Niro and Amelia Walker preceding Bone Cage performance
3:30pm — 4pm
4pm — 4.30pm
Bone Cage (Gillham), directed by Corinna Di Niro.
This show is followed by a Workshop open to 15 people only. Booking is necessary on separate Eventbrite listing.
4.30pm — 5:35pm
Screening Processo per stupro / A Trial for Rape (1979, Italian w/English subtitles).