Disability Arts Cymru Workshop

We’re Disability Arts Cymru

Wales’ leading charity for disability arts.

We break down barriers, so that disabled people are at the heart of our cultural scene.

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Disability art is radical and powerful. Through its diverse structures, perspectives and innovations, disability art has the power to transform our society by changing thought, challenging assumptions and prejudices, and creating new form and process. Work of excellence led by artists identifying as Deaf or disabled is at the vanguard, able to confront inequality, privileged hierarchies and the systemic ableism in our institutions and palaces of culture.  Disability art can change not just the narratives, perspectives, content and form – it can change our institutions and culture itself.
Kaite O’Reilly is a Welsh based playwright, radio dramatist, writer, and dramaturg. She has won many awards including The Ted Hughes Award for her working of Aeschylus’s Persians for National Theatre Wales in their inaugural year.  Kaite is a DAC member of many years.

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Arts Council of Wales and Welsh Government funded
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