Time to Act: How lack of knowledge in the cultural sector creates barriers for disabled artists and audiences
How many programmers are actively seeking work by disabled artists? Do cultural venues have adequate engagement strategies to reach disabled people in their communities? These are some of the questions that the Time to Act report has posed in order to assess the knowledge (and lack of knowledge) amongst performing arts managers across Europe. This study from 2021 by On the Move into the barriers that disabled people experience when accessing the arts spans 40 countries. It was commissioned by the British Council through Europe Beyond Access.
"They're smiling from ear to ear" - Wellbeing Effects from Social Circus
The research proves that social circus has a lot of effects to the wellbeing for the people participating in social circus activities.Publication of the Centre for Practise as Research in Theatre University of Tampere. The publication is one of the final publications of the Effective Circus project (2011-2014).
Subtitles in Theatre? - report on a seminar on captioning in Finnish theatres
Report on a seminar "Subtitles in Theatre?", which was organized on 20 November 2007 at the Ateneum Art Museum in Helsinki. The report also describes what is theatre captioning about.
Developing Community Circus in Aotearoa New Zealand
Ideas and Observations from Circus Leaders. Rachael Trotman 2013.
Streetwise Community Circus CIC. Fit for Olympics 2012 Evaluation.
Dr Nick McCaffery (2012)