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As part of the Auckland Festival, New Zealand will be featuring its first disability arts festival, Giant Leap. Featuring international professional disabled artists, this is the first disability festival in the world to be incorporated into a mainstream arts festival.
The Department of Culture and Youth organised a Visual and Performing Arts Festival for artists with disabilities on November 13 at Boipuso Hall in Gaborone. The event was meant to showcase the cultural and artistic productivity of people with disabilities.
The South African Department of Culture and Youth will host a visual performing arts festival for artists with disabilities, in line with the recognition of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Creators Day and African Decade of People with Disabilities.
Arts Council England is set to launch a Senior Dance Managers Fellowship Programme to enhance the professional development of experienced dance managers around the country.
IFACCA today released its latest D'Art report, Arts and Disability Policies. Written by IFACCA's research analyst, Chris Madden, with the help of 11 respondents, the report looks at concepts and issues surrounding disability and the arts, and explores disability policies and programs adopted by arts funding agencies. Examples of arts and disability initiatives are provided, with resources listed both by type of initiative and by country. The report will be of interest to anyone looking to develop arts and disability initiatives or review existing policies and programs. IFACCA welcomes feedback and additional comments on the report. For more information on the D'Art program, click here.
Looks at definitions, concepts and the terminology surrounding disability in the arts.