flip - disability equality in the arts

Archive for July, 2011

Snails and Ketchup

4th – 28th August Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011 Spiteful exchanges, punishments, pinpricks, Snails & Ketchup the last straw for this dysfunctional family… Inspired by Italo Calvino’s ‘The Baron in the Trees’, SNAILS & KETCHUP is the darkly comic tale of a dysfunctional family and follows a son taking to the trees to live an arboreal […]

Project Ability activity – July 2011

Call for Submissions: Collected Deadline: 12 August 2011 There are only a few weeks left to submit a piece for collected, a collective exhibition in Project Ability’s gallery in Trongate 103, Glasgow, as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2011. The call is open to everybody, the only restriction being one […]

Creative Explorations

flip have come across an interesting blog by designer and artist Emma Hawke called Creative Explorations. Here is some information from Emma about herself and her blog: “Hello and welcome to my blog! My name is Emma and I have a background in Graphic design and other design areas. However I have recently become passionate […]

AND & DaDa Online Artists’ Residency

AND & DaDa Online Artists’ Residency DaDa in partnership with AND are developing an innovative artists’ online residency programme. This residency offers a unique opportunity for a disabled* or deaf artist to work alongside a technologist to develop an online / web based art project or area of research. The aim of the residency is […]

Digitisting Disability – filmpro limited

Digitising Disability aims to create a living archive of Disability Arts and the work and stories of disabled artists, providing an organic and ever-growing resource for research, inspiration, and raising the profile of disabled artists. It will open up the history of disabled people, Disability Arts and disabled artists practices, how they have made and […]

Acoustic Poetry

‘Acoustic poetry’ helps deaf people to connect to everyday soundscapes Images of Michail’s project are available at blog.mikevanis.com. A new way of enabling profoundly deaf people to more effectively engage with their environment has been devised by a student at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. ‘Acoustic Poetry’ is the brainchild of Michail […]

disability equality in the arts