Radical Accessibility 2: A collaboration between Utp and the School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University. The panel is supported by Auslan Interpretation and Closed Captioning services.
Radical Accessibility is a direct response to our shared responsibility of working to explore new ways of making real change across the arts and cultural sectors. Building on conversations from last year's Research Creation Radical Accessibility event, the panel explores what it means to be and do 'radical', especially when it comes to dismantling inequities in the arts. We'll talk about cultural equity and inequity, disrupting old leadershup models, diversity and expression, participation and access, and allyship, amongst other topics. The panel is a product of a long-term collaboration between WSU and Utp and comprises of leaders in provocation and change-making from across the creative sectors.
Dr Jessica Olivieri, Urban Theatre Projects
Introduction by Dr Rachel Morley
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