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Oriente Occidente festival 2022

Festival

https://youtu.be/p4-s23eWncw Taking place in Rovereto, Italy, from 3-10 September 2022, Europe Beyond Access partner Oriente Occidente will be incorporating SubPac technology and audio introductions to performances to ensure that Deaf, hard-of-hearing, Blind and visually impaired audiences have access to the festival programme. The performances that will feature the use of SubPacs are: é

Oriente Occidente presents PRESENTI ACCESSIBILI


Europe Beyond Access partner Oriente Occidente is leading on PRESENTI ACCESSIBILI (ACCESSIBLE PRESENT), the first major all-Italy conference on arts and disability taking place from 27 to 29 April 2022. The initiative – run in conjunction with the Italian Ministry of Culture and the Region of Lombardy as part of

Mixed Doubles at Oriente Occidente

Festival

The Oriente Occidente Dance Festival presents the Italian premiere of Mixed Doubles, four duets with disabled and non-disabled dancers created by Faizah Grootens, Venetsiana Kalampaliki, Diego Tortelli, and Roser López Espinosa. The duets have been commissioned by Holland Dance Festival (The Netherlands), Onassis STEGI (Greece), Skånes Dansteater (Sweden) and Oriente

Chiara Bersani’s Moby Dick at Oriente Occidente

Festival

Oriente Occidente Dance Festival (Italy) presents the world premiere of Moby Dick, Chiara Bersani’s new creation for Swedish integrated Danskompaniet Spinn, directed by Veera Suvalo Grimberg. This dance production has been co-produced by Dansnät Sverige and Oriente Occidente Festival in the framework of Europe Beyond Access. Click here to book tickets. In a

Accessibility at Oriente Occidente Dance Festival 2020


Part of Europe Beyond Access is focused on increasing access to theatre and dance performances for disabled audiences. In Italy, our partner Oriente Occidente have been working to engage the Deaf community in their region. Watch the trailer below for their highly anticipated premiere, A peep show for Cinderella, by La Ribalta

Subpac: tactile audio at Oriente Occidente Dance Festival

Festival

Part of Europe Beyond Access is focused on increasing access to theatre and dance performances for disabled audiences. In Italy, our partner Oriente Occidente have been working to engage the Deaf community in their region with the innovative use of SubPacs, a technology that provides a physical experience of sound

Oriente Occidente

Partner

Website: Oriente OccidenteWebsite documenting Europe Beyond Access in Italy Contact: info@orienteoccidente.it We need to create new role models. Disabled people should be able to envision themselves as artists, and those that already have that in their imagination should have the possibility to train professionally. Oriente Occidente (Rovereto, Italy) was founded in

What’s new in Europe Beyond Access II?

Opinion
March 1, 2024

Following the announcement that Europe Beyond Access has secured Creative Europe funding for a further four years, Project Director, Ben Evans explains what was learnt from the first iteration and what changes will be made. Moby Dick, Chiara Bersani/Danskompaniet Spinn. Image: Simone Cargnoni Late last year, it was confirmed that Europe Beyond

Europe Beyond Access continues!


Europe Beyond Access has been awarded €2m by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, ensuring the world’s largest transnational Arts & Disability collaboration continues until 2027. Mixed Doubles by Grootens, Kalampaliki, Tortelli, & Espinosa. Photo © Simone Cargnoni Today we are pleased to announce that Europe Beyond Access has once

Time to Act: Two Years On, Data-led insights on Performing Arts and Disability in Europe

Toolkit

Two years on from the ground-breaking Time to Act report, British Council has commissioned On the Move - to conduct a follow-up report looking further into the knowledge gaps in the cultural sector that contribute towards inequalities for disabled artists and audiences.  This new report reveals data-led insights into the accessibility,