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ImPArt is a two-year collaboration between Un-Label (Germany), NCA.Small Theatre (Armenia), Synergy of Music Theatre (Greece) and Oriente Occidente (Italy), co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The project included the creation of three new productions, each exploring the aesthetics of access, which are set for international touring. Some of the artists and directors involved share their experiences of the process.
ImPArt is a two-year collaboration between Un-Label (Germany), NCA.Small Theatre (Armenia), Synergy of Music Theatre (Greece) and Oriente Occidente (Italy), co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Lisette Reuter, Artistic Director of project co-ordinating partner, Un-Label speaks to Joe Turnbull about the programmes aim to interrogate the aesthetics of access on an international level.
Unlimited: Making the Right Moves was a six-year programme run by the British Council, in partnership with Candoco Dance Company across Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine. It included a series of performances, workshops and research aimed at shifting perceptions of disability within the arts and beyond. Yulia Romanova of Britsh Council Ukraine shares some highlights of the programme.
Per.Art, the learning-disability theatre company based in Novi Sad, Serbia is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a programme of performances at Gallery of Matica srpska 13-15 December. Joe Turnbull spoke to Artistic Director Saša Asentić about the company’s development over the years.
Europe Beyond Access introduces German artist Dennis Seidel, a learning-disabled actor and theatre-maker with Meine Damen und Herren. Dennis was one of the creative leaders of the first Europe Beyond Access laboratory hosted by German project partner, Kampnagel in Hamburg. This film is part of a new series of artist profiles produced by Europe Beyond Access that promote disabled artists to international audiences.
Joe Turnbull takes a look at the access offer of Edinburgh International Festival, an organisation with a rich history spanning more than 70 years. 2019 saw the festival feature more accessible performances than ever before and included disabled-led theatre company Birds of Paradise as part of its main programme.
In February 2019, more than 20 disabled dance practitioners from across Europe took part in Dance, Politics, Disability and the Body, the first of five artistic exchange laboratories of Europe Beyond Access.