Joanna Pawlik lives and works in Krakow
She works with painting, drawing, photography, video, performance and directing.
Joanna Pawlik graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (studies at the Faculty of Painting in 1994–1999, diploma in the studio of Prof. Leszek Misiak). In 2018, she obtained a PhD in visual
On 22 April 2021, Małopolska Instytut Kultury host a training webinar for film-makers working in museums, galleries and cultural venues across Poland to learn more about how to make video material accessible.
Led by Caglar Kimyoncu, Artistic Director at filmpro, the workshop will also feature an introduction to the films
SMouTh is the eldest and most active music theatre company in the Greek region. Set-up in 2001 by emerging artists, it has since developed a large field of cultural, creative and educational activities, such as performing arts and media workshops for both youth and adults, professional and educational stage creations,
This is an extensive (but not comprehensive) directory of European disability arts festivals whose remit is (primarily) to support the presentation of, and discussion about, work made by disabled artists and/or inclusive companies. This list has been compiled using desk research, recommendations from key partners and user-submitted entries. We cannot
October 18, 2019
Following discussions between Oska Bright (UK), Klappe Auf (Germany) and Engelsiz Festival (Turkey), the trio decided to self-initiate a network of trusted disability film festivals from across Europe. Joe Turnbull investigates the network and its constituent partners.
The first meeting of the Be In Accessible Film Festivals network. Photograph courtesy
THE DEAF TIME MACHINE Possible World is a platform for inclusive theatre and media projects. Since 2009, it has developed inclusive, performative formats and working techniques. The Team and Ensemble are deaf, hard of hearing and hearing. Possible World, works, rehearses and plays in German sign language and phonetic language.
The non-profit association MOPS_DanceSyndrome, which is officially recognized of public utility, is a Swiss independent artistic, cultural, and social organization in the world of contemporary dance and disability. Created in 2008 in Muralto-Locarno by the choreographer and multidisciplinary Swiss artist Ela Franscella, the association, contemporary dance school and company for
Vital Xposure is a disabled-led touring theatre company that promotes hidden voices with extraordinary stories to tell.
The company was founded by disabled artist and activist Julie McNamara, who led the company’s creative work and artistic vision for its first decade. From January 2021, the torch has been passed on to
Together! 2012 CIC was established as an organization in its own right in March 2013, with the support of the UK Disabled People's Council (UKDPC). The directors are all locally based disabled artists with a wide range of national and international experience between them.
Together! 2012 CIC organises free year-round arts
the vacuum cleaner is an art and activism collective of one. Working across art-forms: including performance, installation and film, the artist addresses challenging and taboo issues such as consumerism and mental health. From one-man shows to large-scale participatory actions, his approach is both subtle and extreme, but always candid, provocative