Artist and company profiles
This is a list of professional Deaf and disabled artists, or disabled-led companies, who are actively seeking international partners and opportunities. Each artist or company currently has work ready to tour or for exhibition. We are proud to list companies from all over the world.
Search by art form, country, or by curated lists for a smaller selection of artists as selected by one of the named organisations or individuals.
We are eager to add new artists and companies to this global list. If you are a company which would like to be included, please contact us.
Aidan Moesby is a visual artist and curator whose work increasingly explores civic and personal wellbeing. His practice is based around research and response, much of which is underpinned through conversations. He works extensively within arts and health, especially where art, technology and wellbeing intersect. Read more
Performance is the foundation of my artistic practice, working foremost with Long Duration Live Performance Art. The public is essential in my work, as their presence becomes part of the live experience. Being present over several hours or even over several days is the main challenge in this art form. Read more
Epic Arts uses the arts as a powerful tool for transformation that explores and celebrates the richness of diversity through creative experiences. We work with people of all abilities and backgrounds through our Inclusive Education, Community and Social Enterprise Programmes to encourage a change in perceptions and attitudes at both a personal, and public level. Read more
Disability-led national organisation that makes popular theatre characterised by directness, comedy, music, emotion and immediacy, working with material, performers and artists, reflecting the UK's diverse cultures. Read more
Joe Jack et John works with actors cast from all horizons; actors with disabilities, actors of diverse cultures, ages and origins. It wishes to offer the public a new voice that is little heard, in order to create a space for reflection to humanize Otherness. Read more
The non-profit association MOPS_DanceSyndrome, which officially obtained public utility status in 2014, is an independent artistic, cultural, and social organization in the world of contemporary dance and disability, unique both in Switzerland and in Europe Read more
Shape is a disability-led arts organisation founded on the principle that all disabled people should have the opportunity to participate fully in arts and culture, and works with the vision of an inspiring and inclusive arts sector that is accessible to all. Read more