Our Creative Labs bring together selected international experts of the inclusive cultural sector and budding artists with and without disabilities from various genres.
We are confident that cultural diversity makes art more interesting, innovative and meaningful.
For us, one of the most innovative European players in inclusive practice, international exchange is a prerequisite for identifying and removing barriers and further advancing equality in the performing arts field.
Successful examples from practice will be presented at our Creative Labs by experts and analyzed by participants to gain an overview of existing applications of accessibility in the arts.
Previous participants include Tate Gallery – Marcus Dickey Horley , Battersea Arts Centre – Tarek Iskander und Cat Sheridan, Artists mousonturm – Lea Gockel, Ben Glover, Claire Cunningham, JulieMc McNamara, Jess Thom, Kaite O’Reilly, Max Greyson, Nickie Miles-Wildin, Ruth Fabby, Candoco Dance Company, Drake Music und Jonathan Meth, Graeae, Mind the Gap – Joyce Nga Yu Lee und Paul Wilshaw, NCN Small Theatre, Oriente Occidente Festival, Panthea, Share Music & Performing Arts, Staatstheater Augsburg – David Ortmann, Münchner Kammerspiele – Nele Jahnke und Maja Polk…
The results and experiences of these international exchanges are in turn incorporated into our projects, masterclasses, workshops, consulting and performances to enrich them with new creative approaches to inclusion in the performing arts.
08. – 12.08.2022 “Alternative Audience Access” at the Academy of Cultural Education Remscheid
01. – 04.03.2022 “Aesthetics of Access” at the Academy of Cultural Education Remscheid
12. – 15.04.2019 at the Academy of Cultural Education Remscheid
04. – 07.05.2018 at the Academy of Cultural Education Remscheid