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The artists were commissioned to deliver strand 2 of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine initiative, which has succeeded in bringing exciting, new, digital arts content into people’s homes during lockdown. The new work champions the creativity of D/deaf, neurodivergent and disabled professional artists, who produced outstanding projects, many during periods of isolation in lockdown, and which provide a rich source of material which explores their experiences of living through Covid-19.
Innovative projects in all artistic sectors are preparing to change our cultural landscape. The second part of our summer series: the display on connected glasses developed by Panthea to make the live show accessible.
The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in asymmetric impacts to persons with disabilities, whose vulnerabilities are compounded due to gaps in basic health services and social protection systems. Their access to information and health care is further challenged because public health systems oftentimes do not have the adequate resources to provide to all sectors of the population.
Arts Access Australia is developing a national, self-regulatory and voluntary Code of Conduct for disability inclusivity, accessibility and equity for the Australian arts sector.
We invite your feedback on our new draft inclusion (disability) action plan 2021–2025 by Monday 14 June.
The commissioning programme is part of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine initiative, which has brought the arts into people’s homes during lockdown. The twelve new commissions will champion the work of disabled artists by helping them produce work when some may have been self-isolating, and provide a platform to explore their experiences of living through Covid-19.