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Access & Aesthetics
Projecto Europeu

‘Access and Aesthetics’ (A&A) is a partnership project with a focus on the exchange of good practice. A&A will explore inclusive practice in the arts and disability sector, specifically, but not exclusively, focusing on those who are learning disabled. The project will research, explore, test, and develop ways of embedding access into performance so that neither audience nor performer is disassociated from the performance itself. This will challenge the aesthetic of conventional performance. A&A will bring best practice to the fore, raising the quality and accessibility of learning disabled performance to creating new opportunities for new audiences. Throughout the project we will explore the concept of access and quality in learning disability arts: How do we fully embed access into performance; maintain quality in the creative process and include everyone? How important is quality access and how does it help improve participation and inclusion? Through practical explorations of the work of partner organisations and initiating conversations between partners we will:

 

• explore the concept of full access in creative work by/for learning disabled people.

• develop and test new approaches to embedding access into performance

• explore the process and value of critical thinking.

• learn new methods of integrating access into performance.

• recognise the importance of quality work with/for learning disabled people and raise the aspirations of learning disabled people.

Learning Teaching Training Events will run alongside the explorations in order for workers (including those who are learning disabled) to learn techniques that will enable them to embed access into their own work.

 

More specifically the project will:

- challenge preconceptions of learning disabled performance and its aesthetic, - enable learning disabled people to be more active both within the partner organisations and within their communities

- enable learning disabled people to learn the importance of accessibility in their work so they are more able to compete within the mainstream

- develop the confidence and self- esteem of learning disabled people and increase their motivation and understanding of what they can achieve

– provide European platforms for the work of learning disability artists

- create new opportunities for the participating organisations to expand their current programme of work

 

- create new opportunities for both learners and staff through the learning of new skills and working practices

- enable participating organisations and those working within those organisations to progress within their field

– improve language and communication skills of learners and staff involved in the project

- a greater awareness of the role disadvantaged people can play in the social, economic and cultural life of their communities

- contribution to the current national debates on quality and learning disability in the arts

- bringing a European perspective to the current debates on quality and learning disability in the arts

- a raised profile of the use of the arts as a tool for change

 

- a stronger European arts and disability community working for the benefits of learning disabled people and in the current and longer term, add value to the existing debates on quality and learning disability in the arts.

- create new opportunities for the participating organisations to expand their current programme of work

- create new opportunities for both learners and staff through the learning of new skills and working practices

- enable participating organisations and those working within those organisations to progress within their field

– improve language and communication skills of learners and staff involved in the project

- a greater awareness of the role disadvantaged people can play in the social, economic and cultural life of their communities

- contribution to the current national debates on quality and learning disability in the arts

- bringing a European perspective to the current debates on quality and learning disability in the arts

- a raised profile of the use of the arts as a tool for change

 

- a stronger European arts and disability community working for the benefits of learning disabled people and in the current and longer term, add value to the existing debates on quality and learning disability in the arts.

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