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A Post-Brexit Arts World
Britain has now left the EU, resulting in a range of potential repercussions for the arts industry and its international network.

Our panel will explore what has changed for the arts, which sectors of the industry may be most affected by the changes and resulting uncertainty, and how we can overcome the challenges to create positive outcomes from Brexit.

This webinar is part of a free monthly series by Creative Youth, called So You Wanna Work in the Arts, discussing key arts industry topics.

Supported by Arts Council England.

Jan 18, 2021 07:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Andy Hudeková
Andy Hudeková is 23 and a South West based actor, voice actor and illustrator, originally from Slovakia. Andy has a background in animation and art history and has just graduated from a BA (Hons) Acting course at Falmouth University. Andy is passionate about inclusivity, diversity and body positivity.
Gabriela Dumitru
@TAG Theatre Arts Group Bucharest
Gabriela Dumitru is the artistic director of TAG Theatre Arts Group, Bucharest. The only private theatre in Romania with a daily training program. An inovative space, a laboratory where she brings actors, musicians and dancers to create and self improve every day. She is a theatre director with an unique directong and acting techniques. One of her latest shows is Dean Peachfords Footloose, a big hit musical production with over 40 people on stage. Working as a director in some of the main theatres in Bucharest, she staged various plays from commedia del Arte at the Comedy Theatre till the award winning 39 steps at the Little Theatre Bucharest. Now preparing in her own venue John Hodges Collaborators and a new musical based on Cardenio, Shakespeare’s lost play.
Willow Pitt
Willow is a musician and performer from Reading, now studying music in Brighton. Growing up Willow always loved performing and has been in theatres her whole life. Willow plays the violin among other various instruments and is a singer songwriter in the throes of recording her first album. The arts are so important to young people and Willow can think of nothing better than to be working to make the arts more accessible to anyone and everyone.