The European project ImPArt takes accessibility a step further. It becomes a source of inspiration and encourages experiments. ImPArt explores the „aesthetics of access“ and utilizes accessibility for artistic innovation. ImPArt aimed to find new creative ways to allow all human beings to have an equal experience of an artistic product.
We have set out on an expedition with international artists, experts and scientists with and without disabilities from various backgrounds Through Workshops, masterclasses, international symposia, international summits and international labs in Armenia, Germany, Greece and Italy we have broken new ground for inclusion in the arts.
Produced by: Un-Label e.V. // Un-Label Performing Arts Company (Germany)
SMouTh (Greece), Oriente Occidente Festival (Italy), N.C.A. Small Theatre (Armenia)
Funded by: Aktion Mensch, EU Programm Creative Europe, Fonds Soziokultur, Heidehof Stiftung, NRW KULTURsekretariat, The Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia, THE POWER OF THE ARTS, Kulturamt der Stadt Köln, Kämpgen Stiftung, Annemarie und Helmut Börnerstiftung, The Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports