M-POWER international conference
M-POWER international conference kickstarts the discussion around the today and tomorrow of disabled artists; from current challenges to exciting new collaborations and initiatives on the horizon.
PANEL 1: Becoming an Artist: Opportunities and Challenges
Is it “Art by artists with disabilities” or is it just “Art”? Do we need or have to
M-POWER is a restless festival which makes clear that the notions of disability and being static are not at all related. Disabled artists are the protagonists in three performances, a film, an international conference, and four workshops organized by the Onassis Stegi with the support of Europe Beyond Access (co-funded
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
Skånes Dansteater is continuously working towards developing and challenging dance as an artform. One part of this work is our annual festivals and conferences examining and exploring different aspects of dance.
As one of Swedens’s leading organisations in dance and disability, we invite you to our fourth DansFunk Festival in November
No more apologies for the non-normative body – this body is revolution!
I want to speak of what we conceal. I did not exist almost my entire life because of the belief of having to exist in a body that was not my own. I will no longer apologize to the
On Thursday, September 1, the projects “Do Robots Have Emotions?” by Manolis Saridakis, and “Love’s underworld” by Stavros Zafeiris are landed at the Evripideion Theater of Rematia in Chalandri, Attica.
These two new works are Europe Beyond Access commissions through our partner in Greece, Onassis STEGI.
Do Robots Have Emotions?
Manolis Saridakis touches upon
Taking place in Rovereto, Italy, from 3-10 September 2022, Europe Beyond Access partner Oriente Occidente will be incorporating SubPac technology and audio introductions to performances to ensure that Deaf, hard-of-hearing, Blind and visually impaired audiences have access to the festival programme.
The performances that will feature the use of SubPacs are:
Europe Beyond Access partner British Council Poland supports the premiere of two Candoco Dance Company shows at the ZAMEK Culture Centre in Poznań (Poland). This performing arts event is part of ZAMEK’s Obecność / Presence programme, which will run in co-operation with Norway’s CODA Oslo International Dance Festival and Warsaw’s
Europe Beyond Access partner Holland Dance Festival – a leading Dutch dance organisation whose mission is to make dance accessible for everybody regardless of age, social or cultural background, ability or disability – presents the 18th edition of its world-renowned biennial festival.
The festival will showcase the richness, diversity and inclusivity
Europe Beyond Access founding partner, Skånes Dansteater, invites you to join an artist talk with dancers and choreographers Dan Daw, Claire Cunningham and Madeleine Månsson, chaired by Caroline Bowditch (CEO Art Access Victoria). The conversation will focus on the creative process and disabled-led dance practices.The session will be held in