I am disabled and politically so. Part of this is because I have been working with Graeae from a young age and Graeae is a political movement, born out of disability rights. I have gone on a journey of accepting who I am and how I experience the world. The social model of disability was a revelation. Through my freelance work I am constantly trying to bring that into other organisations so that disability liberation is not solely left to companies who have that as their main aim. It is something everyone should be doing.
A new Alliance: in conversation with #WeShallNotBeRemoved
It is with great pleasure that I introduce you, and invite you, to a new UK Disability Arts Alliance, #WeShallNotBeRemoved ! #WeShallNotBeRemoved is an alliance
Keep yourself (and your employers) busy during lockdown
A couple of weeks ago I put together a list of relevant artsy-poorly cool stuff going on online during the lockdown for Nice Time Arts,
Partisan’s Access Fund Launch Events
This week, there will be two events in order to celebrate the newly launched Partisan Access Fund! Partisan Collective is closer now than ever to
Just had to share my lovely friend Ella’s hard work as part of a very talented crew from Goldsmiths University who have collaborating created a