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Arts Council England has funded major new research into the involvement of disabled people with the digital arts.
Dix ans aprs ladoption de la Rsolution 48/96 de lONU en 1993 pr-cisant les droits des personnes handicapes dans l accs aux activits culturelles, la majorit dentre elles (tous ges, tous handicaps) reste exclue de laccs aux uvres, au patrimoine, aux pratiques artistiques et aux mdias.
The latest D'Art question, on arts and disability policies, was circulated today to coincide with the International Day of Disabled Persons www.un.org/depts/dhl/dispersons. The query comes from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, which is looking for arts and disability policies from like organisations around the world so that it can refine its own policies. Check out the full query at http://www.ifacca.org/en/files/dart10.pdf . We would appreciate any assistance you can provide on this important issue.
This report (in 4 parts) was undertaken as a New Audiences scoping study for Arts Council England to recommend a suggested programme of further activities and research, designed to enable disabled artists to choose, utilise and adopt new technologies.
The Drake Music Project is using music technology to remove physical barriers for disabled people.