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Day 2 | 23 March 2018

Arts & Disability International Conference @ Enabling Village

 

Workshop A / B / C

Lecture D

More information is provided below

0800 hrs

Shuttle Service from Bus Station outside Redhill MRT Station

0830 hrs

Registration at UOB Ability Hub (Auditorium)

0930 - 1230 hrs

Workshop A / B / C

(Tea break is included)

 

Please choose from 1 of 3 workshops available, based on the information provided below.

0915 hrs

Welcome Speech 

by Representative of SG Enable (Singapore) 

0930 hrs

Breakfast

Guided Tour

1000 hrs

Guided Tour

Breakfast

1030 hrs

Speaker 1: Mr Adrian Anantawan,

Violinist (Canada)

1110 hrs

Speaker 2: Mr Yoshihiro Kaiya, President,

Japan Barrier-free Association (Japan)

1150 hrs

Speaker 3: Ms Kate Hood, Artistic Director,

Raspberry Ripple Productions (Australia)

1230 hrs

Guided Tour

1230 hrs

Live Q&A

 

 

                                         No prior arts experience is required for all workshops. 

Workshop A: Only Connect- Digital Instruments and the Human Musician

 

by Mr Pete Sparkes, Artistic Director, Drake Music Scotland (United Kingdom)

How do we choose the best technology to help someone with disabilities to explore and learn to play? What options do we have? We will explore in detail the way that Drake Music Scotland uses iPads, Laptops, Synthesisers and Soundbeams as improvisations to ensure that potential musicians begin their journey to success with ease. Also, we will understand how notation and structuring music is a vital part of the creative process – leading to genuine progression and growth, and thus developing skills and confidence. 

Workshop B: Every Person Counts

 

 

by Ms Sokny Onn and Mr Buntheng Ou, Epic Encounters (Cambodia) 

The focus of this workshop is to use the Epic Arts Manifesto to explore equality, acceptance, adaptability and difference. A workshop that uses creative movement based tasks to explore the principles that Epic Arts stands by to encourage a more inclusive society for everyone to live in. 

Workshop C: Creating Together - An Experiential Workshop for Artists of all Abilities and their Allies

 

 
by Mr Alirio Zavarce, Director, No Strings Attached (Australia)
 
A Practical Theatre Workshop that will allow you to experience methodologies, approaches and techniques for the creation of equal arts access & inclusive participation. A workshop that teaches you to brainstorm and experiment with approaches to planning, designing and implementing inclusive theatre workshops and activities. 
 
Lecture D: Voices for Arts, Disability & Inclusion

 

 

Get up close and personal with our 3 distinguished speakers as they share their unique journeys in the pursuit of artistic excellence and tireless efforts to advance arts inclusion. Through their lived experience of disability, their perspectives and insights offer us an opportunity to consider how the arts can and should be for everyone.

Moving Music Forward: Adaptation and Evolution –
by Mr Adrian Anantawan (Canada)

Can Music and Technology Change the World? -
by Mr Yoshihiro Kaiya (Japan)

Life after acquired disability – as an Individual, Artist and Member of the Community
by Ms Kate Hood (Australia) 

 

Note:

- Signing (Singapore Sign Language) will be provided at Workshops A, B and C upon request.

- Signing (Singapore Sign Language) will be provided at Lecture D.

- Information is accurate at time of print and may be subject to change. 

 

 

  

Day 2 | 23 March 2018

Arts & Disability International Conference @ Enabling Village

 

Workshop A / B / C

Lecture D

More information is provided below

0800 hrs

Shuttle Service from Bus Station outside Redhill MRT Station

0830 hrs

Registration at UOB Ability Hub (Auditorium)

0930 to 1230 hrs

Workshop A / B / C

(Tea break is included)

 

Please choose from 1 of 3 workshops available, based on the information provided below.

0915 hrs

Welcome Speech 

by Representative of SG Enable (Singapore)

0930 hrs

Breakfast

Guided Tour

1000 hrs

Guided Tour

Breakfast

1030 hrs

Speaker 1:

Mr Adrian Anantawan,

Violinist (Canada)

1110 hrs

Speaker 2:

Mr Yoshihiro Kaiya, President,

Japan Barrier-free Association (Japan)

1150 hrs

Speaker 3:

Ms Kate Hood, Artistic Director,

Raspberry Ripple Productions (Australia)

1230 hrs

Guided Tour

1230 hrs

Live Q&A

 

 

 

 

No prior arts experience is required for all workshops.

Workshop A: Only Connect- Digital Instruments and the Human Musician

 

by Mr Pete Sparkes, Artistic Director, Drake Music Scotland (United Kingdom)

How do we choose the best technology to help someone with disabilities to explore and learn to play? What options do we have? We will explore in detail the way that Drake Music Scotland uses iPads, Laptops, Synthesisers and Soundbeams as improvisations to ensure that potential musicians begin their journey to success with ease. Also, we will understand how notation and structuring music is a vital part of the creative process – leading to genuine progression and growth, and thus developing skills and confidence.

 

Workshop B: Every Person Counts

 

 

by Ms Sokny Onn and Mr Buntheng Ou, Epic Encounters (Cambodia) 

The focus of this workshop is to use the Epic Arts Manifesto to explore equality, acceptance, adaptability and difference. A workshop that uses creative movement based tasks to explore the principles that Epic Arts stands by to encourage a more inclusive society for everyone to live in.
 
 

Workshop C: Creating Together - An Experiential Workshop for Artists of all Abilities and their Allies

 

 
by Mr Alirio Zavarce, Director, No Strings Attached (Australia)
 
A Practical Theatre Workshop that will allow you to experience methodologies, approaches and techniques for the creation of equal arts access & inclusive participation. A workshop that teaches you to brainstorm and experiment with approaches to planning, designing and implementing inclusive theatre workshops and activities.
 
 
Lecture D: Voices for Arts, Disability & Inclusion

 

 

Get up close and personal with our 3 distinguished speakers as they share their unique journeys in the pursuit of artistic excellence and tireless efforts to advance arts inclusion. Through their lived experience of disability, their perspectives and insights offer us an opportunity to consider how the arts can and should be for everyone.

Moving Music Forward: Adaptation and Evolution –
by Mr Adrian Anantawan (Canada)

Can Music and Technology Change the World? -
by Mr Yoshihiro Kaiya (Japan)

Life after acquired disability – as an Individual, Artist and Member of the Community
by Ms Kate Hood (Australia)

 

Note:

- Signing (Singapore Sign Language) will be provided at Workshops A, B and C upon request.

- Signing (Singapore Sign Language) will be provided at Lecture D.

- Information is accurate at time of print and may be subject to change. 

 

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