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Cripping the Stage - A Disability Arts Cabaret
Presented in collaboration with Tangled Art + Disability, Invisible Flash and Harbourfront Centre, Cripping the Stage is taking place at the Harbourfront Centre on April 30, 2016. Featuring cutting-edge talent from Canada and the United Kingdom, the event puts disabled performers centre stage and celebrates Cripping the Arts, a symposium exploring disability arts, access, aesthetics, and justice. The three-day event seeks to advance Deaf and Disability Arts in Canada, and enliven the vibrancy of Canadian culture.
Read about how Liz Carr combines art and activism in her performance and on-screen work.
Watch Elizabeth Morris discuss the notions of identity and culture in the Deaf community.
Watch jes sachse discuss invisible labour and accountability in this short interview.
Watch the performer masti khor discuss accessibility in a short interview about her artistic practice.
Lynx Sainte-Marie Afro+Goth Poet shares some thoughts on how their art practice and politics are intertwined.