Being gay, black or female is less likely to hold you back as an artist than it was 20 years ago, but artists who want to be taken seriously still need to think twice before openly discussing their disability, argues Anna Berry.

Earlier this year I found myself on a networking residency in the US. I say ‘found myself’, because I had applied for a disability fellowship, thinking it was a production or research residency, as they usually are, and was alarmed to find I was expected to elbow... Keep reading on Disability Arts Online

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