Artist interventions

We have programmed three artistic interventions for the Symposium – two on-site and one remote. Find out more about what they’ll be up to on our blog ‘Artistic interventions and other ways to play‘.

 

Linda leans her head to the right and has short black hair. She is sitting in front of white walls and multiple ribbons and strips of colourful fabric.Linda Bell, an Action Space artist. actionspace.org/artists/linda-bell/

 

 

 

 

DJ is wearing a grey t-shirt and has a closed smile facing the camera. His hair is short and curly.DJ is a performer, facilitator and role model. He was the first person with a learning disability to get a personal development grant from Arts Council England. As part of that funded project he did a Silver Arts Award (with Corali Dance Company), which included a placement with three companies: Wayne McGregor/Random Dance, Jonzi D productions and New Adventures. DJ has a Diploma in Performance Making for Adults with learning disabilities from Central School of Speech and Drama with Access All Areas. DJ has performed extensively in London and the UK and also internationally. He has performed with Corali Dance Company, Spare Tyre, Access all Areas, Candoco, Oily Cart Theatre Company and Greenwich Dance Agency. DJ also works as an Usher at the Unicorn Theatre in Southwark, London.

 

Rachel Gadsden, Ali Saied Ashour and Amna Hussein, who are working together as part of the Unlimited International Collaboration It was Paradise, linking artists in the UK and Palestine.

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