An introduction to supporting accessible, trauma-informed, and affirming rehearsal spaces.
Monday, June 3rd at 5:30-8:30pm
The Roxy on Gateway, 8529 103 St NW
In this interactive workshop we will share principles of trauma-informed practice, Mad-accessible process, and disability justice, to support participants in crafting more accessible and affirming rehearsal spaces. We will draw on our experiences as queer non-binary leaders and artists who experience disability and madness (sometimes referred to as “mental illness”). We will share practices that have made our experiences of rehearsal spaces safer, more accessible and more affirming. These include considerations of: consent; choice; collaboration; collective space agreements; basic access practices; non-pathologizing practices that center difference as a site of creativity and generativity; and an introduction to processes for addressing trauma and harm.
Please provide your first and last name:
Are you a Nextfest artist?
Please note you do not need to be a Nextfest Artist to participate but will become one after participating in the workshop. You will be able to pick up a pass at the Roxy on Gateway.
Do you require any support to be able to participate in this workshop?
If yes, please explain.
Please note that we are able to ensure this workshop is ASL/English Accessible upon request within 48 hours of the workshop.
Any questions regarding the workshop?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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