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Selection of Essays from 'Face On - Disability Arts in Ireland and Beyond'
The latest edition of 'Curated Space', accessible via Arts & Disability Ireland's (ADI) website offers a selection of essays taken from 'Face On - Disability Arts in Ireland and Beyond'

The latest edition of 'Curated Space', accessible via Arts & Disability Ireland's (ADI) website offers a selection of essays taken from 'Face On - Disability Arts in Ireland and Beyond'.

The four essays selected have been introduced by Padraig Naughton, Director of Arts & Disability Ireland

For at least the last three decades there has been considerable debate around the relevancy of disability arts and the emergence of a disability culture in an Irish context. Consequently it seems appropriate that for this first curated space, we present a series of essays describing the English, Welsh and Irish experiences. Taken from ADI's publication Face On - Disability Arts from Ireland and Beyond, Allen Sutherland, Maggie Hampton, Michael Morgan and Donal Toolan reflect on the thinking and practice that has shaped disability arts on these islands.

The selection of essays includes:

Finding a Voice: The Development of Disability Arts in the UK
The UK disability arts movement has developed over a period of some thirty years, as disabled people have asserted their
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Ten Years After a Strategy for Equality report of the Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities
by Donal Toolan
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Disability Arts in Wales: The Story So Far
by Maggie Hampton
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Disability Arts in Ireland: The Way Forward
by Michael Morgan
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If you would like to order a copy of 'Face On - Disability Arts in Ireland and Beyond', please visit the Curated space page by clicking here to download an order form.

Source: Arts & Disability Ireland, Curated Spaces, accessed: 09 March 2011
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Website: www.adiarts.ie/curated-space