A new £150,000 disabled-led digital technology programme for artists delivered by artists has been launched by the University of Atypical for Arts and Disability (UofA). The programme will deliver opportunities for d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodiverse artists to pursue new ambitions through the use of digital technology that will support them in their career.
Two Pasifika artists will lead a new pilot initiative to build stronger pathways to the arts and increase support for the Pasifika Disabled community.
El Alto is the British Council’s review of arts and culture in the Americas. For its second edition, the focus was on the d/Deaf and disability arts movement and ‘crip’ culture.
In an increasingly complex and turbulent world, artists and cultural professionals bring much-needed vitality to support innovations that will, in turn...
Del 18 al 24 de abril, en los auditorios Adela Reta y Nelly Goitiño del Sodre, se realizará el Festival Sin límites, primer festival de artes escénicas inclusivas del Uruguay, con una propuesta variada de espectáculos nacionales e internacionales que incluirán danza, teatro, música y comparsa.
City for All?, a public art festival hosted by the Institut Français in India, part of Bonjour India 2022, aims to study and generate inclusive areas, with a focus on the role of gender, and how it shapes public spaces and urban experiences for all.