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DaDaFest International Congress

DaDaFest International Congress

01/12/2016 all day

Museum of Liverpool

We are delighted to announce that DaDaFest will hold its second International Congress this December, 2016 

This important two-day event will explore how the arts are delivered from artists and practitioners from across the globe, and how the context within which we operate makes for exhilarating, diverse, disruptive and radical arts work. This congress is an important forum to bring neglected topics into public discourse: and highlight the massive contribution disability art makes to the enrichment of society: after all, disability is a human issue and happens to everyone.

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This congress is an important forum to bring neglected topics into public discourse: and highlight the massive contribution disability art makes to the enrichment of society: after all, disability is a human issue and happens to everyone.

Chairs & Keynote Speakers Include:
- Kaite O’Reilly (DaDaFest Patron & Playwright)
- Heidi Thomas (Creator of BBC’s Call the Midwife)
- John McGrath (CEO & Artistic Director of Manchester International Festival)
- Jenny Sealey MBE (Artistic Director of Graeae Theatre Company)
- Ruth Gould MBE (Artistic Director of DaDaFest)
- Sir Bert Massie CBE (DaDaFest Patron & Disability Rights Campaigner)
- Claire Cunningham (Choreographer & Dancer)
- Ben Evans (Head of Arts & Disability at British Council)

A huge range of artists, professionals, performers and more from the disability and wider arts sectors will be leading our round table discussions.

Download the programme here to find out more: Congress Programme

To book, please visit our Eventbrite page and select the ticket option you’d like. Alternatively, if you are unable to make payments over the internet please contact us via info@dadafest.co.uk or 0151 707 1733 to arrange for payment via Invoice.

 
 

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