Estela Lapponi ‘Intento 3257,5’ performance and installation © Marcelo Vitorino

Our global website Disability Arts International provides opportunities to deaf and disabled artists, and offers venue programmers, producers and art curators a unique window into the work developed by disabled artists and disabled-led organisations.

Catering for the needs of a professional global arts audience, the site allows artists to showcase their work on an international scale, broadening their reach and markets. It also offers promoters resources, case studies and personal testimonies, sharing insights into why the UK is recognised as a world leader in disabled-led arts.

Disability Arts International was inspired by Unlimited, a London 2012 Cultural Olympiad project.

We are actively looking for Romanian disabled artists or disabled-led companies to include in our artists and companies directory. Visit the website to find out how you can suggest an artist or company.

Making music more accessible: DIY Access Guides

We’re aiming to make music events around the world more accessible for Deaf and disabled audiences by offering up three simple, downloadable guides from the UK to the rest of the world.

Any venue, promoter, band, festival or performer should be interested in giving them a read as they contain practical, easy to follow advice to make gigs and concerts more accessible so that music can reach and include the widest possible audience.

You can also read more about the project and what actions can be taken here

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