Europe Beyond Access Case Studies: Skånes Dansteater

Europe Beyond Access Case Studies: Skånes Dansteater

Case Study

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

What’s new in Europe Beyond Access II?

Opinion
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

Beyond Signs

Collaboration

For equal access, professionalisation and engagement of native signer artists for mixed audiences Beyond Signs is a two-year project (2020-2022) intending to improve the social integration of deaf people through artistic cooperation, by involving them actively in the performing arts sector, from the creation to the staging, collaborating and touring in

El Alto: Bringing together disability arts from across the Americas

Case Study

El Alto is the British Council’s review of arts and culture in the Americas. For its second edition, the focus was on the d/Deaf and disability arts movement and ‘crip’ culture. El Alto was edited in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability (Canada) and 17, Instituto de Estudios Críticos (Mexico).

Workshop with Candoco Dance Company in Warsaw (Poland)


Europe Beyond Access partner British Council Poland is collaborating with Teatr21 to run this two-part workshop delivered by performers from Candoco, one of the world’s best known inclusive dance companies and an icon of contemporary British dance theatre. The workshop, which is taking place at the Theatre Institute venues in Warsaw,

Europe Beyond Access presents Experimenting with Dance Dramaturgy

Film

‘Dramaturgy is a concept which cannot be defined just in one way'.  https://youtu.be/HteoOQHWdAw Led by choreographer Gaia Clotilde Chernetich and dramaturg Giuseppe Dagostino, the fourth Europe Beyond Access artist laboratory The dramaturgy of movement transitions brought dance practitioners from across Europe together for a week to focus on the dramaturgical process and

Diverse Nordic Voices

Collaboration

Diverse Nordic Voices (DNVCI) is a programme that supports the development of a greater diversity of choreographic voices from the Nordic region. The 30-month programme is brought about by the pro-active collaboration between leading dance organizations within three Nordic countries. The intention – to create an opportunity for the professional

Tanja Erhart and Medie Megas: ‘Access as an Act of Care’


Choreographer Medie Megas (Greece/UK) interviews dance artist Tanja Erhart (Austria/UK) on challenging stereotypes, using dance as a form of activism, and ableism in the performing arts. This interview was organised by our Europe Beyond Access partner in Athens, Οnassis STEGI. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKWjN6mYlNo

Beginner’s Guide to Inclusive Dance Teaching (from Holland Dance Festival and Stopgap Dance Company)

Toolkit

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZnILuxrUK-5E8KKh7uk9FcbD5emhY7F A new resource for dance teachers has just been launched by Holland Dance Festival and Stopgap Dance Company, supported through Europe Beyond Access. The eight-part video series is aimed at dance educators who are keen to increase the accessibility of their teaching and covers topics from: warm upsmovement explorationsdiscovering and

Time to Act report: preliminary findings published

Toolkit

Launching the preliminary findings of our new report 'Time to Act: How lack of knowledge in the cultural sector creates barriers for disabled artists and audiences'. This major new study from On the Move into the barriers that disabled people experience when accessing the arts spans 40 countries. It has been