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What are existing resources helpful to theatre directors who do not have the experience and would like full inclusion for people with disabilities in their "open calls" and productions?
VAPA: Visual and Performing Arts Framework Accommodations for Student with Disabilities Compiled by Jonn Paris-Salb 2016 Students with disabilities are not typically invited to participate in arts programs for general education students. The arts are as important to the school experience as is academics for some students. The important issue is that accommodations must be in place in order for some of the students to ...more »
There are a growing number of resources available in the field of dance for people with a wide range of physical and/or developmental and/or emotional disabilities - for Dance Educators of children, adults and seniors; for dancers - those interested in or already performing, and those who have performed in the past, and for students of any age and ability/disability. I'll list some below in no particular order, most ...more »
As a visually impaired person, I love to dance especially Israeli folk dancing.. Need someone who knows the steps and can guide a person like me as well. Most of the people who dance, cannot describe the steps while dancing. They also use the wrong language. Rather than use the name of the step, they say one, two three.
As someone with an invisible illness and disability, I have the privilege of choosing to conceal my challenges most of the time; however, this only leads to immense struggles for me down the line as I am not able to perform my job to the best of my abilities when I'm struggling with chronic pain and fatigue. Working for an organization that outwardly, visibly supports diversity and inclusion efforts, and works diligently ...more »
We are finding that artists with "invisible" disabilities struggle with revealing their disability. It would be nice to address this and identify a way to help them to safely expose the challenges they have fought for years to hide.
Given the socialized marginalization, it is understandable that Professional Artist with Disabilities prefer not to highlight their unique challenges when promoting and marketing their shows. However, I don't think they realize that are missing a huge opportunity to reach an audience that is under-served and in need of inspiration. Based on the latest Arts and Ability research, only 7% of LIVE entertainment-goers ...more »
Discuss best practices for artists who needs accommodation for auditions. Also, how can we apply this to AEA, SAG-AFTRA and other affiliations.
Dear all: I am a profoundly deaf performance artist, filmmaker, playwright and poet. I've found that the best way to give myself opportunities as a Deaf performer, is to participate in fringe festivals-- the type of festival that accepts and promotes all kinds of performance arts--theater, spoken word, slam poetry, stand-up comedy, and yes ASL poetry. Fringe festivals are known for having great representation of diverse ...more »
Much of the discourse in the contemporary arts world currently revolves around intersectionality and race and gender/sexuality among them. With disability as a given, what are some institutions/programs/resources already out there that are navigating the multiple/intersectional identities with disability as one of them? What are some ways to engage intersectionality in future projects/programs? Here are a couple of examples ...more »
The problem getting a degree in art is the cost of get a bachelors in art, The materials cost are prohibitive because quality materials are expensive and costly because the cheaper material tends to be me more wasteful when you use it For Graphics and CAD programs the equipment runs $2000 alone and the software is another $2000 so it is not exactly cheap if you want the premium programs. Oils, water colors, acrylics ...more »