[un]learning structures #4 | relaxed performances: principles & practicalities

[un]learning structures #4 | relaxed performances: principles & practicalities

Mon 16.01. | 11:00 - 14:00 (CET)
online via zoom

in english language

Places still available: 7

workshop

Explore the principles but also the practicalities of producing relaxed performances. We’ll look at what relaxed performance and a holistic approach to access involves and how to practically plan for this.

kelsie acton

Kelsie is neurodivergent. She’s also really interested in access. She’s a member of The Critical Design Lab, a group of artists, designers, and researchers who think about critical access together. She wrote the plain language summaries for MsSweeney’s The Audio Issue and Alice Wong's Year of the Tiger. She’s the Inclusive Practice Manager at battersea arts centre, the world’s first relaxed venue.

about [un]learning structures

The events in the frame of [un]learning structures - curated and organized by nara virgens, epona hamdan & melmun bajarchuu - tackle questions of  how to produce in a way that is sensitive towards different forms of discriminiation and critical of power structures in the performing arts with a focus on accessibility from an anti-ableist perspective, racism through a structural lense, thinking about how sustainability intersects with these two themes – and how these approaches can be put into practice. more about the event series [un]learning structures

target group

The workshop is aimed at protagonists in artistic production within the independent performing arts who want to reflect on and redesign or further develop existing production processes. With its practical focus, the workshop aims at the application of the presented contexts in existing production processes, which the participants shape or redesign in their individual work environment.

waiting list

This workshop has a limited number of participants. If the event is already fully booked on our website, you can contact martin by mail, who will keep a waiting list and contact you if there are any free places.


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