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Europe Beyond Access Case Studies: Skånes Dansteater

Part of a series which examines the impact of Europe Beyond Access I on each of the partner organisations, this case study looks at Malmö-based dance organisation, Skånes Dansteater. Compiled by journalist Bella Todd from interview material with Mira Helenius Martinsson (Artistic Director and CEO) and Tanja Mangalanayagam and Liselotte Lindahl (Project leaders, Dialog department).

Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer

Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer is an exhibition on queer/disability history, activism, and culture at the Scwules Museum, Berlin. It brings together work by over 20 international contemporary artists whose work explores the multiple historical, cultural, and political intersections of queerness and disability. Disability Arts International spoke to one of the exhibition’s three curators Kate Brehme about what they describe as an exhibition which is the ‘first of its kind’.

Harbourfront Centre, Toronto: making sure ‘everyone is imagined’

Harbourfront Centre is an international centre for contemporary arts, culture and ideas, operating a 10-acre campus in Toronto, Canada. Joe Turnbull spoke to Iris Nemani, Chief Programming Officer at Harbourfont about its engagement with disabled artists and audiences over several years, culminating in CoMotion, its first international Deaf and Disability Arts Festival, which took place in April 2022.

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