Calling deaf and disabled artists in the South East

11 09 2007

There are exciting networking events for deaf and disabled artists (cross artform practice) and those working in the arts and creative industries – particularly hoping to attract interest from those working or living in the South East.

There are three exciting networking events for deaf and disabled artists and those working in the arts & creative industries.

A fantastic opportunity to:

• meet with other deaf and disabled artists
• hear from invited guest presenters
• take part in a creative workshop or peer critique
• find out what is happening in your local area
• share ideas and experiences

DADA (Disability Arts Development Agency) produce a Living Newsletter. Living Newsletters are coming to:

Oxford
Monday 1st October, 10am – 3.30pm
Pegasus Theatre, 64-65 Magdalen Road, Oxford OX4 1RE

Milton Keynes
Monday 8th October 10am – 4pm
Milton Keynes Gallery, 900 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 3QA

Southampton
Monday 15th October 10am – 4pm
Southampton Art Gallery & Civic Centre Southampton SO14 7L

Programme
Confirmed guest artists appearing at different LN events: Sign Dance Collective, Anjali Dance Company, Lynn Weddle, Caroline Cardus, Tessa Lockton, Sophie Woolley, David Dixon, Esther Appleyard

These events are free and open to all deaf and disabled artists and those working in the arts and creative industries in each area

Access
All venues are wheelchair accessible. BSL interpreters will be available and additional access support. Please let us know if you intend to come to LN Oxford, Milton Keynes or Southampton and let us know any specific access requirements.

Booking
For Full programme details and booking contact Dada-South, PO Box 136, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 9AD Tel:Fax: 01580 714642 Email: suzanne@dada-south.org website: http://www.dada-south.org.uk

Living Newsletter is created in partnership by:

Dada-South, the regional Disability Arts Development Agency, working to provide opportunities for Deaf and Disabled artists in the South East.

The University College for the Creative Arts at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester, which was formed on 1 August 2005 through the uniting of two leading specialist art and design institutions: Kent Institute of Art and Design and The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College.

DADA welcome support from:

Arts Council England SE
University College for the Creative Arts
Pegasus Theatre
Milton Keynes Gallery
Southampton City Council
Inter-action MK

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