Issue 347: Disability: engaging disabled audiences

  • Disability: engaging disabled audiences

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    08 Sep 2021

    The shift to digital has been beneficial to many, but Ash Mann is particularly interested in what it could mean for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people.

    While pandemic restrictions forced cultural organisations to close their buildings - or at least welcome significantly smaller audiences than usual – it’s been exciting to see this crisis used as an opportunity to explore digital activity in a meaningful way. 
    But there are still questions the sector needs to address around this digital activity concerning business models, rights, artistic development, formats and so on. 

    What is unarguable is the exciting opportunity digital... more

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