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Educating & Empowering Individuals on Theater Health and Safety

  • Klas Center, Hamline University 1537 West Taylor Avenue Saint Paul, MN, 55104 United States (map)

This panel is FREE and OPEN TO ALL!

How do we stay informed and empowered to create safe and humane working conditions for everyone in our creative processes, with the resources at hand?
Please join us as we examine this critical question, and hear from leading national theater health and safety experts about what we can do, as individuals and in our organizations to improve health and safety for all theater-makers.

As part of the Minnesota Theater Alliance Statewide Theater Conference (MTASTC.org), and with support from Technical Tools of the Trade, IATSE Local 13, and Norcostco, the Alliance is pleased to open up this theater health and safety panel discussion up to the general public. 

We welcome theater technicians, designers, stage managers, managers, arts administrators, actors, students, directors, and anyone else to join us for this public plenary panel featuring

Monona Rossol, of Arts, Craft and Theatre Safety
http://www.artscraftstheatersafety.org/

Bill Reynolds, recently retired as Director of Safety at Yale School of Drama

and
Rebecca Burton, Scenic Artist and Senior Industrial Hygienist at 3M

The panel will include opening remarks, and emphasize questions from the audience.

Saturday Oct 7th
3:30pm - 5pm

Klas Center, Hamline University
1537 W Taylor Ave, St Paul, MN 55104

Earlier Event: August 25
Electrical Basics Workshop
Later Event: October 16
Production Managers' Meet Up