Inclusion

We believe it is in the nature of the arts to hold up a critical mirror to society, and to break down barriers between its different groups. But is our sector fully reflective of the communities we live in?  

This debate is about the urgency to open up the arts to all of society - to all the classes, ethnicities, physical abilities, and backgrounds that constitute it.

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Nan van Houte talks about the importance of creative citizens and expresses a desire for funding bodies to better support cultural democracy.
Nan van Houte parle de l'importance des citoyens créatifs et exprime son désir que les organismes de financement soutiennent davantage la démocratie culturelle.
This is a book about participatory art and its more radical predecessor, community art. It is written from a perspective of engagement.
Lyn Gardner looks at how several British theatre companies are redefining their mission and expanding in ways to be of greater benefit to their communities.
Lyn Gardner examine comment plusieurs compagnies de théâtre britanniques redéfinissent leur mission et se développent à dessein de mieux servir leurs communautés.
Cultural institutions and organisations across Europe have enacted many forms of engagement, from co-creation processes (such as community art, immersive theatre, site-specific approaches) to actual forms of co-programming. In this scenario, the notion of active spectatorship introduces a new perspective.
To what extent is international cooperation structured by cultural identity or, on the contrary, does it build bridges between cultures? What decides the methods, the topics and structures involved in intercultural dialogue? How does cultural diplomacy and international cultural cooperation create equity and mutual understanding? These questions were at the heart IETM Munich session Postcolonial minefields.
Andrea Kovich talks about the importance of disability representation on Seattle's stages and Sound Theatre Company's recent work in that area.
I’ve noticed a troubling trend in the world of transgender theatre. When I hear about a show with a trans character, even starring a trans actor, I rush to see it, wondering, What new frontiers of gender and identity will we be exploring tonight? And, almost very time, the answer is: None.
Eclipse Theatre is leading European theatre towards increased diversity – but with Brexit looming, how much longer can it last? Artistic director Dawn Walton tells how the Sheffield-based company is building international networks and encouraging directors to reach diverse audiences and programme work by black artists.

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