#a11yArts: International Creative Leadership Series
Touch Compass presents #a11yArts: International Creative Leadership Series featuring arts and theatre experts from Australia, Canada, China, and the United States.
Touch Compass presents #a11yArts: International Creative Leadership Series
featuring arts and theatre experts from Australia, Canada, China, and the United States.
Join Touch Compass to learn from six heralded, cutting-edge leaders in theatre and performing arts in our free #a11yArts: International Creative Leadership Series.
We have gathered together some of the most innovative minds in disability arts to learn about their lives, their careers, their successes and their visions for the future. These engaging webinars will explore topics that will expand your knowledge and understanding of the intersectionality of disability and performance, self-identification, climate, touring and the post-Covid arts world. They will introduce you to new and exciting frontiers of disability and performing arts, and offer an amazing opportunity to meet these change-makers in a webinar setting.
Wednesday 17 November - Lynn Fu (China), Arts Curator & Consultant in China: Touring China as a Disabled Artist
Friday 19 November - Alex Bulmer (Canada), Artistic Director: Adaptive Performance Techniques & Leadership in Disability Theatre
Tuesday 23 November - Caroline Bowditch (Australia), CEO Arts Access Australia: From Disabled Dancer to Australian Arts Leadership
Thursday 2 December - Joshua Pether (Australia), Performance Artist: Incorporating Indigeneity & Disability into Performance Art
Friday 3 December - Patty Berne (United States), Co-Founder/Director Sins Invalid: Disability Justice & Climate Chaos in Performing Arts
Tuesday 7 December - Jeremy Smith (Australia), Board Member Chamber of Arts & Culture WA: Post-Covid Implications for Creating & Producing Disability Art
The format of each webinar varies some speakers will be joined to kōrero with one of Touch Compass's Artistic Direction Panel - Rodney Bell, Suzanne Cowan or Lusi Faiva; some speakers will present short pieces of work; some will include members of their organisation for their unique perspectives.