What’s new in Europe Beyond Access II?
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 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
After 5 years, the world largest transnational Arts & Disability project Europe Beyond Access, supported by the Creative Europe programme of the EU, is about to come to an end.
Since 2018, we have supported hundreds of Deaf and Disabled artists across Europe and have been thrilled to see sold-out theatre
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,
Arts and Culture Norway is the main governmental operator for the implementation of Norwegian cultural policy. Here, Senior Advisor Kaja Tvedten Jorem describes the journey the organisation has been on over the last two years in discovering and attempting to remove some of the barriers for disabled artists in Norway's
Ladies and gentlemen have turned into a collective. And how a collective works is an important question for everyday work. In many great performances that have been acclaimed by audiences and critics, our professional and full-time collective has shown what it is capable of alone or in cooperation with well-known colleagues. We continue
Theater HORA from Zurich is one of the best-known independent dance, theatre and performance groups in Switzerland. The group works regularly with important artists and collectives from Germany and abroad and performs in local, national and international locations of the theatre scene.
MULTIPLE INTERNATIONAL AWARDSWith Jérôme Bel's production DISABLED THEATER, Theater HORA
Michael Turinsky lives and works as a choreographer, performer and theoretician in Vienna.
He is interested in an extensive engagement with the specific phenomenology of the body labeled as “disabled”, its specific being-in-the-world, its relationship to temporality and rhythm, affect and affect production, gender and sexuality, visibility and invisibility; and on
On 19 February 2023, Onassis STEGI premiered their second episode of Society Uncensored, titled 'Disability and culture, visibility and representation.
What is the place of disabled people in Greek society? What is the role of art and culture in the reproduction of stereotypes and regressive perceptions of disability?
The episode has