A big week for Europe Beyond Access
In May, Europe Beyond Access is presenting two major events for those in the arts and culture sector, as well as policymakers and funders.
Wednesday 24 May at 10:30-12:30 CEST (Paris / Berlin) marks the official launch of the report, Time To Act: Two Years On. This seminal piece of
October 7, 2020
With the continued raft of postponements and cancellations due to Covid-19, Disability Arts International shares details of a few key events taking place digitally in October 2020.
Kampnagel presents Perel: Life worthy of Life, Livestream performance.
Available at this YouTube link, no registration necessary.
When: 9 October 19:00 (UK Time)
Perel is a
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 interdisciplinary, mixed-abled performing arts company Un-Label stands for artistic innovation and diversity. It brings together artists from all over Europe. Our performances featuring emerging artists with and without disabilities set new standards.
We connects international stakeholders, scientists and experts in the field from the inclusive cultural scene by hosting symposia,
In all of our dance projects, Platform-K challenges disabled and non-disabled artists to work together and create new art forms; dance and movement languages.
In 2016 Platform K made Monkey Mind in collaboration with Les Ballets C de la B. The performance, choreographed Lisi Estaras. Lisi Estaras develops a choreographic pattern of dance
In our latest best practice case study, Journalist Bella Todd examines Belgian art centre, de Warande, exploring how its relationship with learning-disability theatre company Theater Stap and other partnerships have influenced the way it communicates to audiences.
KAAIMANfestival at de Warande (c) Bart Van der Moeren
‘Never underestimate your audience’. This has
January 25, 2018
Vici Wreford-Sinnott is a disabled theatre director, playwright and equality strategist. She is Artistic Director of Little Cog, a disabled-led theatre company, and is Creative Lead and Co-Founder of Cultural Shift, a three-year disabled-led arts programme at ARC Stockton. Wreford-Sinnott was one of a cohort of UK-based disabled artists and