Partner: Accademia Arte della Diversità – Sector: Awareness raising – Country: Italia – Place: Bolzano – Year: 2019 – Project Status: Concluded – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
The realization of a conference on the state of research in theatre dealing with disability.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To promote the debate and consideration of some of the more significant theatrical experiences dealing with marginalization, the role of theater and the transformative processes that can be provided to individuals, especially as concerns disability and diversity.
Theatre operators and critics as well as academics and other national and international participants involved with theatre and diversity.
The realization of meetings involving debate, theatrical performances, photography exhibits and other performances put on by the participants of some of the more significant experiences of art in the social sphere today, active in Italy (among which five AMI partners: (AllegroModerato, Animali Celesti, Olinda, ZeroFavole and Accademia Arte della Diversità), all of which are national and international endeavours that consider daily the relationship between theatre and diversity in their theatrical practices.
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