The organisation formally known as LPAC will be re-launched under a new name after a consultation which saw 260 students, staff and audience members co-design a new organisational vision and a plan for transformation in four key areas: People, Perception, Programme and Place.
An in depth look at accessibility in the arts with advice on how to support the access requirements of others and how to articulate ones own.
Laura Guthrie is a disabled artist with 30 years of experience in theatre. She is the Artist Development Manager for Graeae, Co-Director of Meander Theatre, Co-worker as an Agent For Change with Ramps On The Moon and for 20 years as Associate Artist with Bamboozle Theatre.
Trained in Theatre Design, Laura has devised, directed and designed theatre alongside Deaf, disabled and neurodiverse creatives throughout her career. She is focused on creating accessible structures for theatre making whoever she works alongside. Regularly working as an access consultant or Disability Equality trainer, past clients include Nottingham Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, Level Centre, Bold Text, Egg Box, Carbon, Ditto and Major Labia Theatre companies.
'Reet Good' is a documentary film following the journey of a new creative Live Art residency solely for artists that identify as D/deaf, disabled or nerodiverse. The film documents the first ‘Reet Good’ project, an electric, dynamic and trail-blazing event of Live Performance Art. 'Reet Good' seeks to break down barriers, challenge preconceptions and boldly centre and illuminate the work of Deaf, Disabled and Nuerodivergent Artists. After the screening Pierce Starre will share their process and learning as a producer and creator of a project which places access at the forefront of every element.
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