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Disability-led in Practice

THURSDAY 16 SEPTEMBER - 4:30PM

Talking about disability-led art making process is one thing, but how do we do it and get it right? This conversation aims to turn disability-led theory into practice. Discussing what disability-led rehearsal rooms and project plans look like and the responsibilities of those involved, this conversation will unpack the various methods of working in a disability-led space within different artistic contexts.

This panel discussion facilitated by Arts Access Australia Board Member, inaugural AAA National Leadership Award Winner and Undercover Artist Festival Director Madeleine Little. Panel members include UK-based dancer Dan Daw, academic researcher and circus artist Racheal Missingham, Aotearoa/New Zealand-based interdisciplinary artist Pelenakeke Brown, and Artistic Associate at Indelability Arts Alexandra Ellen.

This session is supported by the British Council as part of the UK/AU Season and co-programmed with Meeting Place.

British Council, UK/AU Season, and Australian government logos
A black and white headshot of Dan Daw wearing a black t-shirt and looking at the camera. A blue rectangle with the Undercover Artist logo separates Dan's photo from Madeleine Little's on the right. Madeleine has long red hair and is wearing a black top and smiling.
Image description: A black and white headshot of Dan Daw wearing a black t-shirt and looking at the camera. A blue rectangle with the Undercover Artist logo separates Dan's photo from Madeleine Little's on the right. Madeleine has long red hair and is wearing a black top and smiling.

SHOW INFO

Tickets: included in Meeting Place ticket.

Venue: Bille Brown Theatre
Queensland Theatre
78 Montague Rd, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Time: 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Credits

Facilitator: Madeleine Little
Panelists:
Dan Daw
Racheal Missingham
Pelenakeke Brown
Alexandra Ellen

Disability-led in Practice

Thursday 16 September, 4:30PM - 5:30PM