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Liberty Symposium

The Albany (theatre), deptford

22 July

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Price

FREE

Accessibility

This event is Relaxed. Audiences are welcome to leave and re-enter, tic and move around.

There will be live captioning and BSL interpretation.

There is level-access. The venue is accessible to wheelchair users.

Running Time

11am - 6pm (doors open at 10:15am)

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Join us for an insightful day of presentations and conversations from artists industry experts.

This event has a limited capacity, so please book a ticket in advance.  The event will also be live streamed.

Schedule

10:15am – Doors open, coffee

11am – Welcome

11:10am – Introduction from Tilly Millburn

11:20am – Suzanne Alleyne: ‘The Power of Difference’

11:50am – Power Tool by Access Power Visibility

12:30pm – lunch break

1:45pm – Jamie Hale (Artistic Director of CRIPtic Arts) on building accessible, sustainable and lasting projects

2:15pm – Ono Dafedjaiye (Heart n Soul): how the media represents people with a disability

2:45pm – Critical Friend & Creative Evaluator Tara Brown and Artist the vacuum cleaner discuss the making of A Manifesto for 2.8 Million Minds.

3:15pm – tea break

3:30pm – Raymond Antrobus

4pm – DYSPLA and the Neurodivergent Aesthetic

4:30pm – tea break

4:45pm – Local Senses

5:15pm – An anti-ablist approach to teaching vital pedagogy with Paul Morrow (Cultural Inclusion Manifesto) and Vicky Foxcroft MP and Shadow Minister for Disabled People.

6pm – end

 

Content warning: The event will include presentations talking about the impact of mental health and other forms of structural violence, ableism and discrimination.

Price

FREE

Accessibility

This event is Relaxed. Audiences are welcome to leave and re-enter, tic and move around.

There will be live captioning and BSL interpretation.

There is level-access. The venue is accessible to wheelchair users.

Running Time

11am - 6pm (doors open at 10:15am)

Book Tickets

Part of Liberty Festival

A free three-day festival of ground-breaking creative experiences and works by D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse artists. Presented by the Mayor of London.

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