The artists and companies involved in this area of work don’t share a global common language. Some define themselves as ‘inclusive’, interactive’, ‘integrated’ or ‘accessible’; others use terms like ‘disabled-led’ or ‘disability arts’ or talk about ‘unlocking authentic voices’.
We have decided to use the term ‘inclusive’ to recognise a shared ethos. Inclusive Art recognises the contributions of disabled people, the value of inclusive practices, and the importance of representation with dignity, diversity and difference that enable disabled young people, participants and artists to take part.
Here you will find a list of companies that share the International Inclusive Arts Networks ethos. Click on the links below to explore the different companies:
To add your information to our database please send us an email with the following information:
- Company/Artist Name
- Name of Contact Person
- Short description of what you do
Send this information to email@example.com
We have added a new feature to the IIAN. You can now visit our YouTube page where we have begun to create a YouTube library of examples of inclusive practice from around the world.