ZAMEK Culture Centre

ZAMEK Culture Centre

Partner

Website: ZAMEK Culture Center The partnership of ZAMEK Culture Centre in second generation of Europe Beyond Access makes it possible to expand on the idea we have pursued for years, namely equality on stage, and do so on a much larger scale. It paves the way for Polish artists with disabilities

CODA

Partner

Website: CODA Dance Festival CODA’s aim for EBA is to support disabled artists in the Norwegian dance sector and develop new talent, as there are currently so few opportunities for training and professional development for disabled artists. Its measure for success is that in 5 years’ time, disabled artists will be

Mercat de les Flors

Partner

Website: Mercat de les flors Our commitment with EBA project Learn from the structures with more experience and good practices. Get to know artists and talent make their work visible. Generate opportunities and inspiration in our community from the connection and work in an international network. Transmit this knowledge and knowhow,

Culturgest

Partner

Website: Culturgest Culturgest – Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos (Lisbon, Portugal) is dedicated to contemporary creation and presents a regular programme of performing arts, music, visual arts, cinema and contemporary thought aimed at a diverse public, which includes schools, children and young people, invited to enjoy national and international first-rate

Project Arts Centre

Partner

Project Arts Centre has a vision of being an equitable, diverse and inclusive artistic and social space, connecting people in creative processes that engage with the messiness of lived experiences and question the status quo.  We have a track record of working with artists with a wide range of lived

The British Council

Partner

Website: The British CouncilWebsite documenting Arts & Disability in Poland: The British Council Contact: info@disabilityartsinternational.org The British Council has been touring the work of British disabled artists around the world for 30 years, and currently works with disabled artists in 37 countries. Europe Beyond Access is a unique opportunity to have

Oriente Occidente

Partner

Website: Oriente OccidenteWebsite documenting Europe Beyond Access in Italy Contact: info@orienteoccidente.it We need to create new role models. Disabled people should be able to envision themselves as artists, and those that already have that in their imagination should have the possibility to train professionally. Oriente Occidente (Rovereto, Italy) was founded in

Holland Dance Festival

Partner

Website: Holland Dance FestivalContact: info@holland-dance.com Holland Dance Festival is committed to making dance accessible for everyone, it is therefore a logical step for us to take part in EBA. After the first period of Europe Beyond Access and the changes this has brought to the organization, we are even more

Skånes Dansteater

Partner

Website: Skånes DansteaterWebsite documenting Europe Beyond Access in Sweden Contact: info@skanesdansteater.se Skånes Dansteater is proud to lead the consortium and be a part of the successful work with Europe Beyond Access. The next coming years we will continue to support, promote, and expose innovative contemporary dance by and with disabled artists.

Kampnagel

Partner

Website: Kampnagel Website documenting Europe Beyond Access in Germany Contact: mail@kampnagel.de Artistic Directors, theatre directors and choreographers are mostly non-disabled (and usually white male). Disabled artists projects are often initiated and perceived as ‘social projects’ which underlines their inferior position (as artists). We want to make a difference. Kampnagel (Hamburg, Germany) is one of