Workshops on participatory practices, performance and round table on disabilities and social inclusion in the world of performing arts in order to examine accessibility in the artistic sector.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To include subjectivity with disability in the context of the Short Theatre festival; to provide tools and possibilities so that artists, along with disabled spectators, can undertake an active and self-determined role in cultural practices.
50 participants in the workshops, among whom disabled and vulnerable youths; 70 participants at the meeting, and the audience for the performance.
The Reciprocity project foresees the realization of workshops on participatory practices, the presentation of a performance and holding a round table in the context of Short Theatre, one of the most important and prestigious festivals in contemporary theatre in Italy.
In order to foster true social inclusion of disabled artists, Short Theatre provides accessibility to the places and contents of the festival and promotes the presence of disabled artists in the programming, making sure the interventions are fully integrated into the theatrical and esthetic format of the festival.
Specifically, the project foresees the realization of two workshops in participatory practices connected with body language and dance for mixed groups without experience or previous training, held by artists with disabilities (Giuseppe Comuniello – 18 and 19 July 2022; Marta Bellu and Laura Lucioli – 20, 21 and 22 July 2022). Both workshops are held at the La Pelanda – Ex Mattatoio in Rome.
The project continues with a meeting/round table on disability and social inclusion in the performing arts in order to examine accessibility in the artistic sector and claim art as a right for the wellbeing of all (9/9/2022 – La Pelanda/Ex Mattatoio) held by Al.Di.Qua.Artists performers and with the presentation of Ashes, by Muta Imago, a radiophonic performance liberally inspired by Chekhov’s Three Sisters, suitable for the blind and partially blind (11/9/2022 – La Pelanda).
Simultaneous interpretation in LIS (Italian sign language) is foreseen for all activities.
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