Collaborations

As more venues, promoters, curators, programmers and policy makers around the globe experience the work of Deaf and disabled artists, more and more work is being made across international borders.

International collaborations come in many different forms, from co-productions to residencies, from international showcases to peer mentoring.

Here you will find contrasting examples of collaborative international projects, including information about the organisations which run them.

Collaborations:

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Unlimited International Case Studies

In 2016 an Arts Council England Ambitions of Excellence award, match funded by the British Council, enabled Unlimited to extend global influence principally through co-commissions with non-UK based disabled artists. These case studies extend the learning from this work.

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Crossing the Line Festival

Tags: Theatre

Crossing The Line is a project of the co-operative partnership of 3 European theatre companies: all leaders in the field of working with learning disabled artists. The partners are Moomsteatern in Malmo, Sweden; Compagnie de L’Oiseau Mouche in Roubaix, France and Mind The Gap in Bradford, UK.

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Un-Label: No one should be labelled!

Tags: DanceTheatre

European cultural project launches in Cologne New inclusive ways for the performing arts

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Unlimited Access Evaluation Report

Tags: Dance

Successes and results from Unlimited Access, co-funded by the EU Culture programme

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Transform

Tags: DanceTheatre

An arts and creativity programme that aims to develop the artistic dialogue between the UK and Brazil as part of the Olympic legacy.

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Unlimited Access

Tags: Dance

A dance project designed to support best practice in the commissioning, creation, dissemination and programming of performing arts by disabled artists.

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Unlimited

Tags: Theatre

Part of the 2012 Festival within the Cultural Olympiad and the UK's largest ever programme celebrating arts and culture by Deaf and disabled artists.

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