ACCESSIBILITY AND ADAPTION: DISABLED DANCERS’ LIVED EXPERIENCES OF ISOLATED WORKING PRACTICES

Project: Internally funded project

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communicating can be more inclusive and prioritise accessibility.
This research explores the intersection between dance and disability, considering the impact of remote working and what can be learned from the lived experience of disabled dance artists that can develop strategies for increased inclusivity and accessibility. This will examine remote ways of working, sector resilience and medicalised language in discussion of disability. This project is a direct response to the consequences of the pandemic, designed to document, analyse and understand the working practices of disabled artists, both prior to and during the pandemic, and to use the findings to make the sector more inclusive and more resilient for the future.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date19/04/2130/09/22

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