June 15, 2019
Unsettling Dramaturgy: Crip and Indigenous Process Design in the Studio, on the Stage
Hosted by foldA Festival of Live Digital Arts
390 King Street West, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
1 PM – 3 PM
Unsettling Dramaturgy is an ongoing project bringing together Crip and Indigenous dramaturgs from across so-called Canada and the United States who work in theatre, dance, and experimental performance. Using digital platforms we gather to build relationships; to explore and document the critical convergences and divergences in our experiences and work; to amplify Crip and Indigenous aesthetics, ethics, practices, and leadership in our local, national and international performance ecologies; to push the conversations from inclusion to centring, from reconciliation to unsettling and decolonization.
Admission available with any Start Up Pass valid for June 15th.
This event will be livestreamed. Captioning will be available on the livestream. ASL will be available upon request by contacting Bibi at email@example.comWheelchair accessible entrance. Washrooms that are accessible by wheelchairs with door assists. Elevators to all levels. A designated relaxed Chill Out space is available off of the lobby area. Low height ticket counter. Low height counter at the bar. Accessible parking is available in front of the theatre, as well as in the parking lot next to the venue. There is a ramp to access stage door, and the main entrance is barrier free with door assists. More accessibility information is available on the foldA website.