Beyond the Tipping Point? Dance, Disability and Law01/11/15: 6:00am
The third public event will be the InVisible Difference "Beyond the Tipping Point? Disability, Dance and Law" conference which is being held at Coventry University on 6-7 November 2015.
You can sign up to the conference here, but please do bear in mind that:
* The deadline for registration has been extended
* The event is free but you must register in order to attend.
* If you have any accessibility requirements please email Hetty Blades firstname.lastname@example.org by October 5th 2015
* You can attend one or both of the two days and you must select which one(s)
* You will also be asked to choose one performance slot to attend. There are 3 performances and a limited number of spaces on each.
Please see C-DaRE's website for additional information.
We are very fortunate that Caroline Bowditch, Australian born but Glasgow based performance artist and choreographer who describes herself as "performer, maker, teacher, speaker and mosquito buzzing in the ears of the arts industry in the UK and further afield", will perform her award winning show Falling in Love with Frida at the conference.
Please click here to view a short clip of Frida with some audience responses.
Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @InVisDiff for updates on the conference as we confirm details.
You can find information on how to get to the conference here.
Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference stream - Law, Cultural Heritage and Disability31/03/15: 6:00am
The SLSA annual conference will run from March 31st - April 2 2015. We are leading the stream "Law, Cultural Heritage and Disability: mutual reinforcement or ambivalence?" at SLSA 2015 and invite submissions from interested parties. Please see the link below for details on how to submit and possible areas of examination.
Disability and the Dancing Body26/11/14: 10:00am — 17:30pm
A symposium on ownership, identity and difference in dance.
Siobhan Davies Studios, SE1 6ER.
Click the image below to view Kate Marsh and Welly O'Brien's "Famuli". Famuli was presented to the delegates of the Disability and the Dancing Body Symposium as a work in progress.
Image credit: Luke Pell
Description: Welly O'Brien and Kate Marsh performing "Famuli" at Southbank, London.
Advisory group meeting and Intersections Expert Forum26/11/13: 10:00am
10am - 12pm Advisory group meeting.
1pm-6pm Forum followed by Reception.Downloads:
Events hosted by InVisible Difference.