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Steff Juniper as the alien-bat creature, a costume consisting of a black morph suit, bat wings, bat gloves and black leather jazz shoes

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  • ASL interpretationASL interpretation
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  • Open captionsOpen captions
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November 16, 2020 - December 11, 2020

Inkling Enacted Digital

Hosted by Red Dress Productions

Red Dress Productions presents Inkling Enacted Digital

Introducing the Inkling Enacted Project Spotlight series! Inkling Enacted is a festival of new performance and works-in-progress. Originally set to take place in the Spring of 2020, and postponed due to COVID-19, Inkling Enacted follows a suite of creative projects: the Inkling Incubator, Inkling Symposium, and Inkling of Appreciation.

At its root, Inkling asks: What arises when Deaf, disabled, hearing, and enabled artists collaborate at the ‘inkling’ phase of a creative project and experiment with creative problem solving? Over the summer and fall, 40 artists spanning 8 different projects have leaned into creative processes, distanced collaboration, and a mix of digital and analog explorations.

We’re going digital, in lieu of an IRL festival! The Inkling Enacted Project Spotlight series will highlight these 8 projects over 4 weeks via video highlights, process photos, artist profiles, and artist interviews shared on Red Dress Productions’ social media channels. Tune into our Facebook and Instagram pages between November 16th and December 11th to get to know the artists, their projects, and their undertakings in collaborative, interdisciplinary, and access-oriented artistic processes.

Connect with the Inkling Enacted Project Spotlight series in digital:
FB: reddressproductions
IG: rdpmakesart

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Accessibility

The series embeds (open and closed) captions, ASL interpretation, image descriptions, and transcripts, and features signed and spoken language.

Organization

  • Red Dress Productions

    Toronto, ON, Canada

    Red Dress Productions is a Toronto non-profit that creates interdisciplinary, community-engaged, public art projects.