Vision & Mission

Un-Label emphasizes that everyone can and should have access to culture and that inclusion and accessibility are feasible. And if this is possible in the cultural sphere, then it is also possible in all areas of life. For us, culture is a powerful tool to change public perception and shift established norms and standards regarding the inclusion of people with disabilities in society.

Beim ALL IN Symposium. Drei Frauen sitzen im Halbkreis auf der Bühne. Hinter ihnen ist das ALL IN Logo zu sehen. Ein orangener Kreis mit dem Text ALL IN 20. -22.10.2020. ©Anna Spindelndreier
Beim ALL IN Symposium. Anne Rieger, Noa Winter und Amy Leach sind über Zoom dabei. Das Video wird auf die Bühne projiziert. ©Anna Spindelndreier
Beim ALL IN Symposium. Frau Dr. Hildegard Kaluza hält die Eröffnungsrede. ©Anna Spindelndreier
Beim ALL IN Symposium. Drei Frauen sitzen im Halbkreis auf der Bühne. Hinter ihnen ist das ALL IN Logo zu sehen. Ein orangener Kreis mit dem Text ALL IN 20. -22.10.2020. ©Anna Spindelndreier
L-Türkei-Workshop / Foto: Firat Bingöl
Masterclass Claire Cunningham / Foto: Almut Elhardt
ALL IN: Symposium 8.Mai 2018 / Foto: Meyer Originals
Beim ALL IN Symposium. Anne Rieger, Noa Winter und Amy Leach sind über Zoom dabei. Das Video wird auf die Bühne projiziert. ©Anna Spindelndreier
ALL IN: Symposium 8.Mai 2018 / Foto: Meyer Originals
Beim ALL IN Symposium. Frau Dr. Hildegard Kaluza hält die Eröffnungsrede. ©Anna Spindelndreier
L-Türkei-Workshop / Foto: Firat Bingöl
Masterclass Claire Cunningham / Foto: Almut Elhardt
Masterclass Claire Cunningham / Foto: Almut Elhardt
Masterclass Claire Cunningham / Foto: Almut Elhardt
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Inclusion and accessibility are achievable. Culture can demonstrate that. That’s a huge opportunity and a duty at the same time.

When a society is inclusive and diverse, it enriches everyone. That is why we are committed to diversity in culture. Our work is based on three strategic pillars: our own productions, the development of a national and international network of actors, and our political action.

In our own productions, we focus on accessibility as an aesthetic vocabulary and in this way we expand our artistic expression. Through Aesthetics of Access – the use of accessibility tools as artistic-aesthetic elements – we venture into largely undiscovered terrain and enable entirely new, progressive artistic processes. More about our artistic work at Company.

By establishing and expanding a national and international network, we want to encourage, bring together, and advise cultural professionals who care about accessibility in their work. Our workshops, master classes, coaching sessions, symposia and labs involve people with and without disabilities from all over Europe. This creates encounters that would not otherwise exist, and establishes these first movers as important multipliers in the fields of art and culture.

Political action is our third pillar: We work nationally and internationally with political actors to redesign the framework for inclusion in culture. We advise and make recommendations to policymakers on how to improve inclusive cultural work, for example by adapting funding structures. Only when our political system changes can inclusion be thought of and implemented differently in our cultural and daily life.