Archive for Disability Arts

The L.T.D Fest @proudcamden

Heavy Load With the uproar over Dea Birkett’s tweet yesterday about her daughter being turned away from a Proud venue it’s worth mentioning that they are hosting a fantastic festival at Proud Camden on Thursday 24th February. L.T.D. Fest (Let’s Talk Disability) is being hosted by T4’s Jameela Jamil as part  Channel 4′s Battlefront Campaign Lets Talk Disability. It’s got an incredible electric line of performers both... 
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Disability Access Survey

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Jam Tomorrow Two

A free networking and sharing day for the Deaf and Disability arts sector takes place Monday 29th November 2010 hosted by The Deaf Cultural Centre (Ladywood Road, Birmingham, B16 8SZ). I’m doing a presentation about OLILI the digital platform  that I have in development. It will enable access information to be found easily online and will crowdsource knowledge and information from people themselves contributing. It has the potential to change... 
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Hands On: Cultural Leaders Programme

Exciting news to announce that DaDa the Disability and Deaf Arts agency in Liverpool is delivering a short project for twenty Deaf Arts and Cultural Leaders, at ‘mid career’ stages on their developments. This programme is part of the Cultural Leadership Programme and is the first of it’s kind. Download both pdf and word documents. Applications will be accepted by DaDa in video or by an application form. Hands On Deaf Cultural Leadership... 
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Fingers (short film performed in BSL)

A short film by Sandra Alland in collaboration with Alison Smith of Pesky People presented at b)other exhibition at Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow. Performed in British Sign Language (BSL) by Alison Smith. Voice-over by Sandra Alland for partially sighted and blind people. Note to hearing people: Watch with the sound turned off for a different feel.  Read More →

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