flip - disability equality in the arts

Archive for February, 2013

Women and Disability Survey

Engender, Inclusion Scotland and Scottish Disability Equality Forum are working in partnership to host a series of events on Women and Disability. This survey is to find out what are the key issues facing women with a disability or women’s experiences of caring for a person with a disability. The information from this survey will […]

New access resource for theatres

VocalEyes and STAGETEXT have recently created an online toolkit about assisted performances specifically aimed at theatre staff.  A Guide to Theatre Access can be found here – www.accessibletheatre.org.uk. They have included information for Senior Managers, Access Co-ordinators, Technical, Marketing and Front of House staff and aimed to explain everything you need to know about providing captioned […]

Make Your Mark: Part 1

Make Your Mark: Part 1 15 February – 16 March 2013 Preview Friday 15 Feb, 7-9pm Venue: The Regent, Edinburgh In celebration of LGBT History Month Edinburgh Printmakers brings you “Make your Mark”, featuring critically acclaimed Scottish and international artists including Kirsty Whiten, Alasdair Gray and Chad McCail. This exhibition of diverse prints celebrates characters of strength […]

Dance, Deaf and Disabled People

Dance, Deaf and Disabled People National Networking Day 6 March 2013, 1-5pm Embrace Arts, Richard Attenborough Centre, Lancaster Road, Leicester LE1 7HA Following raised awareness and increased investment in dance, Deaf and disabled people through the London 2012 Paralympic Games, and the Unlimited Commissions as part of London 2012 Festival, the Foundation for Community Dance […]

Project Ability Visual Artist Residency

  Project Ability Visual Artist Residency Project Ability are offering six Glasgow based artists the opportunity to apply for a one month residency in our fully accessible studios in Trongate 103. Artists will be given one month-long slot each, spanning from May – October 2013.  They will be offered an open studio space, freedom and support to […]

disability equality in the arts