Unlimited Connects Wales
Unlimited has partnered with a range of arts organisations around Wales to host a series of Unlimited Connects events.
These will include half day, all-day and even a 2 day event with a mix of elements – often a discussion panel, structured networking with other artists and organisations, workshops and so on – building on requests from artists and allies in Wales to have such opportunities.
Fuller information can be found through the weblink: https://weareunlimited.org.uk/unlimited-connects-in-wales/
14 – 15 November 2019 – Di-Ben Draw – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Free, book your ticket online here.
Two days of talks, panel discussions, workshops and performances exploring the breadth of disability-led arts.
10 January 2020 – Focus on the local – Torch Theatre, Milford Haven
A conversation discussing how venues can maximise the involvement of local participants across all of their activities.
11 February 2020 – Taking the lid off programming – Galeri, Caernarfon
A day to consider where the work of disabled artists sits within venue based programming and curation.
28 February 2020 – The art of curating disabled artists – Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham
(small event, focused on the visual arts sector, invitation only)
A day of conversations aimed at equipping participants with confidence and knowledge to work with disabled artists
5 March 2020 – Making it mainstream, making it ours – Ffwrnes, Llanelli
A day for artists, audiences and programmers to look at how the Welsh language and bilingualism sit within accessible work.
12 March 2020 – Whose Art Is It Anyway? – Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon
A day to consider the role of participatory arts practice and its place in the cultural ecology of Wales
2 April 2020 – The Young Ones – Aberystwyth Arts Centre
A day of activity exploring how young disabled people access training and work across all disciplines in the arts.
Fuller details about the later events will be sent out nearer the time.