Date:Tue 02 Feb
Time:5.30pm to 7pm
Venue:Online Event
Price:Free (ticketed)

Disability Consultancy for Creative Change (DC4CC) Open Session Two: ARTISTS, AUDIENCES & ENGAGEMENT

Open Session Two of the Disability Consultancy for Creative Change (DC4CC) is an opportunity for D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse artists and audiences to gather in an informal online setting, to discuss how D/deaf and disabled people are engaged through culture, and benefit from existing provisions. We’ll be particularly looking to a post-pandemic environment. 

The session will be structured through asking three research questions and facilitated by the DC4CC Consultants, but this is deliberately an open forum for conversation to flow freely.

The questions we’ll be asking are:

  • What does Cultural Equity post-pandemic look like for disabled artists and audiences? 
  • Note: Our definition of Cultural Equity: All people have a right to culture: to be educated, make decisions, to create, to experience work. 
  • What existing platforms are effective in supporting D/deaf and disabled artists? What happens as an artist, if you aren’t successful at one of the few large scale resources made available for disabled artists?
  • As an audience, how do you experience culture? What helps you to access work?

The session will take place over Zoom, with a BSL interpreter and captions available.

We welcome artists at all stage of their career and anyone who considers themselves an audience member of UK cultural events to attend this meeting,

To find out more about the Disability Consultancy for Creative Change (DC4CC) project and to learn about the other sessions coming up please CLICK HERE

This session will take place over Zoom, with a BSL interpreter and captions available.

Customers will be emailed a Zoom link in advance of the event.