We are delighted to announce the first Cultural Inclusion Conference on the 18th of October 2018 hosted at The Lyric Hammersmith.
We want this event to be a space where we celebrate the great things that are already happening around disabled young people’s access to arts and culture. As producers and consumers of the arts. As visitors to heritage and cultural venues. As employees and entrepreneurs in a thriving and diverse cultural industry. As the leaders in the stories at the centre of drama, dance, image and performance.
And we want to create spaces where we can discuss the barriers to inclusion to consider how we can work together to create the solutions to ensure cultural inclusion.
There are lots of ways to get involved and we want this to be a fully accessible event – to model cultural inclusion in practice. So if the way that you – or the young people that you work with – isn’t included on the ‘call for submissions’ form then drop us an email email@example.com or give us a call on 07715 116393.
Save the date - the 18th of October 2018 - details on tickets will follow shortly.
Cultural Inclusion - Learning from the West London Inclusive Arts Festival and Launch of the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto - 16th May 2018
The West London Inclusive Arts Festival was a collbaoration between 4 London Special Schools, The Lyric Hammersmith and the Wallace Collection. This free CPD session explored this partnership and provided an opportunity to experience and understand the principles of multi - sensory teaching/pedagogy to access arts and culture.
Hosted as part of Westminster Special Schools' Residency at the Lyric Hammersmith this session was led by A New Direction Advocate, teacher and artist Paul Morrow. Paul is the author of the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto which was launched at an event after the CPD session. Read Paul's blog from these events here.
The events and Cultural Manifesto were supported by Every Child Should. The West London Inclusive Arts Festival was supported by John Lyon's Charity.