An image of two people sat in front of a large piece of paper. One is a live-illustrating a talk by Jess Thom in blue and yellow colours. The headline is the word 'language barriers' written in white within a blue speech bubble.
Contributions to library corner included live-scribed posters from the Touretteshero team.

Resources from our friends

Earlier this year, Unlimited was asked to put together a pop-up library of resources for IETM, an international gathering of theatre professionals, which this time round took place in Hull and featured ‘Access and Inclusion’ as its theme. As well as bringing along our own case studies and resources, we issued a call-out to other IETM members for literature around this topic, and the response was great!

Here then is an e-version of what was designated the Unlimited ‘Library Corner’. Containing blogs, reports and online publications, have a browse and stay tuned – we’ll be keeping our eye out for great examples, and adding them in where relevant:

Blogs and Case Studies
How can we avoid stereotyping disabled artists? by Nina Mühlemann
How to avoid tokenism by Tarik Elmoutawakil
A new kind of Beckett by Jess Thom
Culture after Brexit (blog series) by Lyn Gardner
Walking in different worlds by Ibijerri Theatre’s Kamarra Bell-Wykes
Collaboration not Appropriation by Avatâra Ayuso
In Touch by Jenny Sealey
A dance towards gender equality in the UK and India by 2FacedDance
Creativity: Why it matters [extract] by Darren Henly

Toolkits
Attitude is Everything DIY Access Guides (available in multiple languages) – Attitude Is Everything / British Council
Developing D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audiences in Wales: A toolkit for venues and theatre companies – Arts Council Wales
Euan’s Guide: Disabled Access Reviews
Expected or Surprising: An Analytic Tool About Norms, Inclusiveness and Artistic Choices in the Performing Arts – Teatercentrum
On Otherness – Two Destination Language

Reports

Beyond Cultural Diversity – the case for Creativity – A Third Text Report Compiled and Edited by Richard Appignanesi
Barriers to Access – Dr. Matson Lawrence & Birds of Paradise Theatre Company
Equality and Diversity and the Creative Case – data report – Arts Council England
Equality Matters: A Review of Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion in Scotland’s Screen Sector – Screen Scotland
Understanding Diversity in the Arts – Creative Scotland
How do you draw a rainbow the wrong way?: Understanding young people’s development in creative activities – Creative Scotland

Multimedia
The making of ‘A Different Romeo & Juliet’ – Graeae / British Council
 Circus for Everybody – Extraordinary Bodies