Registration is open for ACCAC Accessible Arts and Culture 2015, an international event that highlights new, creative thinking and operating models in the field of arts, with accessibility as its focus. It tales place in Tampere, Finland 11-14 March.
ACCAC is an international congress with panel discussions, an exhibition area with open stage programs and four days of outstanding events, performances, concerts, visual art, workshops and training.
The program is produced by professional artists, integrated groups and adapted art professionals. Also participating in the event are communities and projects that use art as a tool for communication and a means of promoting well-being.
Three main themes: Mobility, Creativity, Adaptability
Each day offers events, experiences, art experiences and networking. The program includes amazing performances, art, an exhibition focusing on competence and culture, a winter sports day in Sorsapuisto Park, panel discussions, the chance to perform on an open stage, brainstorming, workshops, training and lots more!
The themes for each day:
March 11: Well-being from physical activity – adapted exercise and para- sports
March 12: Adapted art as a tool for well-being and communication
March 13: Art experiences and diversity of art
March 14: Main Gala
ACCAC in Finland has been involved in Disability Culture and Art events in Korea in 2013 and 2014 and several speakers from Korea will contribute to the conference programme.