The fourth iteration of Skånes Dansteater's inclusive dance festival DansFunk explored the concept of the aesthetics of access. Alongside Jenny Sealey, Graeae Theatre Company from the UK, Lisette Reuter from Un-Label also speaks about the opportunities that lie in the approach of Aesthetics of Access for art and culture.
Our Creative Lab brings together selected international experts from the inclusive cultural sector with cultural practitioners from the performing arts in Germany.
We travel to Munich to perform Gravity (and other attractions).
Equity for people with disabilities in the performing arts.
On friday June 24th 2022 the symposium invites about 120 artists and facilitators from all organisational sections of dance and (musical) theatre, representatives from science, cultural organisations, administra-tion and policy, and all those who are interested to participate.
Arts Impact, the gallery for inclusive art and culture, is online. It features acollection of inclusive art and culture from the German-speaking area for the first time. Check it out at www.artsimpact.de!
The Un-Label performing arts company from Cologne brings together artists with and without disabilities from all over Europe. Un-Label produces contemporary stage performances. Un-Label inspires and links science and research. We keep discovering new possibilities!
In February we travel to Holland: We are very happy about an invitation to the renowned Holland Dance Festival. There we will present our piece Gravity (and other attractions) and give a workshop.
Our Creative Lab brings together selected international experts from the inclusive cultural sector with cultural practitioners from the performing arts in Germany. General Information /// Programme /// Speakers /// Registration Download all info (PDF)General...
How can arts and culture funding effectively promote the artistic activity and participation of people with disabilities – both as creators and as audiences? Ideas and tips are now available in the free publication United Inclusion.
Time to Act was published on 3 December: The first transnational study shows how a lack of knowledge in the cultural sector across Europe creates barriers for artists and audiences with disabilities.
Our project Access Maker is really busy at the moment. In the beginning of September we had three workshops with almost 50 participants.
After eight rounds of talks, we would like to present our results, online via Zoom. Join us on Thursday, 2nd September. Registration required!