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Salamanda Tandem 4th Partner in major EU Project

Salamanda Tandem 4th Partner in major EU Project

Fri 28th September, 2012 by Project 20 - Salamanda Tandem

After delivering a keynote lecture in Norway on her work with her father Lewis Jones a disabled artist, Salamanda Tandem were invited to be the 4th partner in this exciting EU project. As part of her role on the project Isabel is the curator of FRAGILE? symposium See below:

FRAGILE? / Symposium
Dance, Arts & Visual Impairment
TALLINN UNIVERSITY, Estonia
20 - 21 April 2013

FRAGILE final event will be a Symposium at Tallinn University, Estonia, on 20th and 21th April 2013.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The symposium call for participatory experiences, inclusive presentations and exhibition material is now open.
We invite visually impaired people, teachers, artists, scientists, therapists, performers and researchers working in the specific field of dance, arts and visually impairment, to share their experience during the FRAGILE? Symposium in Tallinn. We welcome proposals that encourage debate, participation, provocation, celebration and development of the relationship between wellbeing, visually impaired people, arts and performance.

We have the following areas in mind; and we are open to more:
· Art: an inclusive aesthetic
· Training and Work: routes and barriers
· Wellbeing: Value and Appreciation

THE DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS IS: October 10th 2012

Read more about proposal formats and deadlines & download submission forms on the FRAGILE website

FRAGILE is an international project on the inclusion of visually impaired people in the performing arts.
FRAGILE aims at exchanging knowledge about dancing with blind/visually impaired persons, enhancing the integration of visually impaired persons in the performing arts through transnational collaboration, and raising awareness for the importance of movement for the visually impaired.
The project's first phase (::workshops::) is now over, and the second phase (::performances & Symposium::) will start in September 2012.
Read more about the project here:
www.fragiledance.com

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