On May 31st the 2nd digital Workshop on Inclusive Theatre Practices took place. Vassilis Oikonomou, Artistic Director from THEAMA – Inclusive Theatre conducted the Workshop “The Disabled Director’s Perspective and Approach to Inclusive Theatre Practices”, within the framework of the Creative Europe project D.I.V.A – Diversity, Inclusion and Visibility in Arts. Designed as friendly for ALL, with over 75 participants, from 4 countries, with a live simultaneous translation in a separate sound channel in Polish, live Greek Sign Language interpretation and the first 45 minutes of the workshop designed in a manner friendly to participants with learning and cognitive impairments in a ‘relaxed’ environment, the workshop was a digital challenge on accessibility for the disabled and non-disabled participants.

The importance of visibility. “Me and the others.” What is defined as a “new educational environment”? What should we be aware of when directing an ensemble made up of disabled and non-disabled people? Instances of ensemble composition. The personal method/approach of Vassilis Oikonomou: “Human-Target – Action”.

The D.I.V.A. team would like to thank all those who participated and those who worked to make the Workshop a success in sharing knowledge and working towards a more inclusive and accessible world.

The video of the workshop can be found on the project’s website and on VIMEO.

See you all on June 14th for the 3rd and final Workshop, stay tuned on all the D.I.V.A. upcoming activities, visit our website

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