Sustainability in the Outdoor Arts Sector
Accessible Environmental Literacy Training by Chiara Badiali.
Case Study: How to Integrate Access into Performances
An interview with Nikki Charlesworth (What Happened to You).
Integrate Access into Your Outdoor Show
A practical guide to support outdoor artists to integrate access within their work
Resources to Support Artist’s Inclusive Practice
3 Workshops to develop artist’s access practice. 1: Access Riders. 2: Visual Stories. 3: Inclusive Devising Practice.
Live and Digital Events: Hybrid Model Support for Deaf and Disabled Audiences and Artists
Exploring the opportunities and challenges that a hybrid model presents when connecting via digital platforms.
Event Organising: Accessibility in Outdoor Arts
A webinar for event organisers: find inclusive practices when working With Deaf and Disabled audiences and artists
Access Guide 2020: Outdoor Festivals and Events
A commissioned guide to promote good practice in access. By Without Walls, led by Alex Covell.
Access Development: Including Deaf & Disabled Audiences
Presentations and checklist for incorporating access into your Audience Development plans.
Touch Tour Training: Visual Impairment awareness and touch tour training
Touch tour trainsing sessions delivered by Without Walls and Anne Hornsby from Mind’s Eye, including a touch tour script and a do’s and don'ts reminder for Motionhouse’s WILD. Without Walls also collaborates with Vocal Eyes to bring a second touch tour training session aimed at Outdoor Arts companies in the early stages of creating their shows. Touch tours give patrons who are visually impaired the opportunity to touch and interact with parts of the set and pieces of scenery, props and costumes for a more immersive experience.
Case Study: One Moon Project: Multi-Sensory and BSL at Derby Festé
One Moon, created around the showing of Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram, aims to raise awareness of the opportunities available for Deaf and disabled people to get involved with Derby Festé 2019.
SO Festival: Launching a Safe Zone
SO Festival launches an age-friendly safe zone and relaxation area, the Blue Zone, for disabled people and those with dementia, autism and special educational needs plus their family and carers.
Bicycle Boy: Making wheelchair accessible bicycles
Helen Eastman describes the process of how they made their bicycles accessible for wheelchair users.
Artists Training Session: Incorporating Access for Outdoor Work
Helen Eastman, Daryl Beeton and Nathan Geering offer examples of considering physical access, audio description and captioning