December 2014: Disabled Children in the East Midlands

This publication blazes a trail for disability arts research and provides a useful overview of the challenges faced by our sector for our young artists and participants.

Download Disabled Children in the East Midlands (December 2014)

TITLE:

DISABLED CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE: ENGAGEMENT IN ARTS AND CULTURE IN THE EAST MIDLANDS IN AN ENVIRONMENT OF RESTRAINED RESOURCES: A REPORT FOR THE MIGHTY CREATIVES

AUTHORS:

Dr William Green and Dr Jack Newsinger, University of Leicester

Project partners and research assistance:

University of Leicester: Dr Dimitrinka Atanasova,

Jenny Stewart and Sophie Whitehouse.

Attenborough Arts Centre: Marianne Pape

December 2014


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Stories of Inclusive Arts

The stories are examples of the tremendous value of the arts to all children and young people, and to the expertise, motivations and values of some of the most progressive arts practitioners in the region. They are intended to represent their work, their contribution to our society, and to help develop inclusive and empowering arts provision for all children and young people.

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