Collaboration will always be a fundamental component of producing high quality, engaging art across all forms. Networks such as IETM play a crucial role in promoting discussion and a sharing of knowledge and experiences. Diverse voices and representation in these settings are necessary to ensure a vibrant cultural ecology. It is vital that networks and spaces such as these provide a welcoming, accessible and equal environment to all artists and producers, including those who identify as disabled and/or have a variety of intersectional identities. This case study will examine Unlimited’s work supporting the British Council to take small parties of disabled artists and producers to IETM, both to give these creatives increased networking opportunities and to open up discussion about diversity within the network.