No More Miss Nice Guy

Have you been rejected "for artistic reasons" but are convinced it was due to your gender, color, sexual orientation or convictions? Are things getting more equal or less? Can artists artists address gender & race issues without becoming boring?

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‘No More Miss Nice Guy’ is a project stating up in 3 Nordic countries in order to find artistic ways of discussing racist, sexist and other gender related problems. The idea is to become not nice - but precise - in understanding the significance of different forms of discrimination by looking upon all the different power relations, and how they interact, and turning them into vivid, relevant discussions. We want to bridge the huge void between academia and practitioners in this field by inviting artists to articulate with their own tools the extensive problems for people working in the performing arts sector.

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Don't be afraid

Started by Nina Larissa Bassett Sep 3, 2011. 0 Replies

The Danish group of No More Miss Nice Guy met last week to discuss issues, forms and interests in the project. We quickly agreed that the idea of situating ourselves in an institutional theatre or…Continue

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Comment by pau ros on November 14, 2011 at 5:01am

I would like to bring some atention to our Flashing Bodies project that, by allowing the public to participate in our actions, we question the individual identity within the group, specially when it refers to genader, age, race, sexuality and above all allowing them to freely express their personality


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I hope you find it useful, oh, and we are nice guys btw...





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