Following on from the series of Unlimited Connects events we have held over the last three years, Unlimited is pleased to present our next Unlimited Connects event focused in London on the theme of ‘Generation Creativity: Disability Arts for Children.’ In a morning of online panel discussions, hear from Unlimited-commissioned artists, meet new contacts, and see work by disabled artists. This Connects event is supported by Arts Council England.
This event is free but booking is essential. Once you’ve booked your free spot via Eventbrite, you will be sent the Zoom links for all the events nearer the time. You are welcome to attend any or all of the events of the day.
We look forward to seeing you at one of the Unlimited Connects and you can also follow the conversation on Twitter via #UnltdConnects!
Unlimited Connects London – Online
29 June 2020, 10.00am-1pm.
The focus of this event will be work for children and families and will include:
Showcased artwork: Dive into an interactive superhero adventure filled with monsters, magic powers and unicorns! With a sharing of The Origin of Carmen Power by Toby Peach.
Panel discussion: Generation Creativity: Disability Arts for Children.
What is changing in the landscape of theatre for children and families? How are disabled artists pushing the forefront of theatre and performance for children, and what is the impact of disability arts on children and young people and their lived experiences?
Panellist include: Adel Al Salloum as chair, (Director of The Spark Arts for Children, and Unlimited Treasurer) with panelists; Toby Peach (Unlimited alumni and artist), and Sarah Crompton-Howes (Polka Theatre Senior Producer), Rosie Heafford (Second Hand Dance Artistic Director and Unlimited alumni) and artist Lilac Yosiphon.
We are hosting three further Unlimited Connects events this year from September 2021, and these event details will be announced this summer. Sign up to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates.