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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Exploring global perspectives on the East and Southeast Asian migrant creative experience.

Eastern Margins is a collective centred around platforming creativity from East and South-East Asia and its diaspora. The Eastern Margins roundtable is a discussion around their creative experience as migrants within the East and South-East Asian community. The roundtable draws from the Eastern Margins community of creatives operating around underground nightlife (but also beyond).

"With this panel talk, we want to really lean into our community and draw out some collective experiences and discussions from creatives from different disciplines and geographies."

Register in advance – this event on 20 June includes a Q&A, which will only be available to a limited number of participants via Zoom. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

Or stream without interaction below.

Free – donations welcome.

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