september 27 - 28 - 29 cais do sodré, lisboa


Liv Wynter (UK)

- How To Catch a Pig

Liv Wynter is a trans and working class grassroots organiser and performer bouncing between SE15 and N15. They create live art, sometimes alone but more often with bands and collectives. Their sellout night, How To Catch A Pig, is a celebration of creatives who also organise against the state with a focus of queer and trans performers and has a sibling night called How To Catch A Poet. Their band press.release, and their DJ/MC double act Dance Mums are residents. They spent 2022 touring stadiums with Queer House Party, playing Secret Garden Party, Boomtown, Wilderness, Latitude and Sziget, and being banned from the Southbank Centre for decapitating the queen.

Liv previously worked at The Outside Project, an LGBTIQ+ homeless shelter and was part of the team that opened STAR Refuge, London’s first LGBTIQ domestic violence refuge, during covid. Liv is a dedicated abolitionist grass roots organiser and stands in solidarity with all groups organising against oppression. Quit your job, join a band, start a gang.

Events with this Speaker

Thursday, 28 September – 15:30 – 16:30Creating your own space: who’s fighting for the right to the city?Talks Room 2 – Hub Criativo do BeatoEvent Type :ENGNighttime EconomyRoundtable

Friday, 29 September – 15:00 – 16:00Who is responsible for designing safer spaces policies: private or public entities?Lisboa, Hub Criativo BeatoEvent Type :Acessibility, Ethics and SustainabilityCultural PoliciesMusic IndustryNighttime EconomyPTRoundtable

Friday, 29 September – 10:30 – 12:00The never-ending quest for rights and care in cultureTalks Room 1 – Hub Criativo do BeatoEvent Type :Acessibility, Ethics and SustainabilityCultural PoliciesENGRoundtable

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