In this performance, the two artists Jana Zöll and Steven Solbrig explore the mechanisms and connections within our aid system.
Research on the connection between contemporary and urban dance with German Sign Language (DGS).
Inclusion and access are identified as key priorities of the new cultural activities of future EU programs.
It is the result of a two-year artistic research project by Max Greyson.
It includes: 31 creative and artistic tools as well as general guidelines and checklists to make art and cultural work more inclusive.
We are totally proud. From over 130 submissions, we are among the 10 selected lighthouse projects with exemplary character!
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!
Due to COVID-19, the festival will take place online from 4th to 8th of November this year. The link to the programme and stream can be found in the article …
On Friday, 30th of October at 18.00 o’clock the conference will be opened live & digital.
We thank ALL participants on and behind the stage! We have created a photos gallery … have a look!
Co-production and cooperation in the inclusive performing arts from 20th to 22nd October 2020 at Alte Feuerwache, Cologne.
EASPD International Conference’ The Art of Culture: Disability and Diversity in Arts and Culture’ 14 – 15 October – We are part of it!
Join in the discussion on October 14 when Lisette Reuter discusses the question: “What can the UNCRPD do for the arts? The conference will take place ONLINE from October 14 – 15.
Each year, innovative projects and practices from around the world are selected and disseminated to improve the lives of people with disabilities.