Up-Stream will showcase the very best of engaging, contemporary live and visual art works presented across Brighton made by disabled and Deaf artists.
In the build up to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London 2012, Dada-South spotlights eleven artists and companies producing extraordinary and stunning artworks in the South East. Up-Stream will present work at a variety of venues across Brighton providing a tasty menu of delectable delights ready to inspire, challenge and surprise. Up-Stream will feature Gary Thomas, Noemi Lakmaier, Juan DelGado, Freewheelers Theatre Company, Project Artworks, Oska Bright Film Festival, Sally Booth, Charlie Swinbourne, Jon Adams, Deaf Men Dancing and Colin Hambrook.
The Up-Stream Showcase will take place as part of the Brighton Festival 2011 and will be open to the public and but will also be seen by visiting professional programmers, festival directors, curators and producers as delegates over three days.
Up-Stream will provide delegates with:
Tuesday 24th May (Includes Deaf Men Dancing’s ‘Sense of Freedom’): £20
Wednesday 25th May (Includes Freewheelers Theatre Company’s ‘Your Call...’): £20
Thursday 26th May: £20
Three day Up-Stream Pass: £60
Full booking and ticketing information is available on our Booking page
Rachael Webb email@example.com
Sarah Walters firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01622 684607
Up-Stream is part of Accentuate, a transformational programme of 15 projects which seeks to change perceptions and offer opportunities to showcase the talents of deaf and disabled people. Inspired by our proud heritage of Stoke Mandeville as the birthplace of the Paralympic Movement. Accentuate has 1000 days to create a cultural shift. Screen South is the home of Accentuate. For further information about Accentuate please visit www.accentuate-se.org.uk
The Legacy Trust
Accentuate is funded by Legacy Trust UK, an independent charity set up to create a cultural and sporting legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games across the UK. Other funding bodies include SEEDA and the regional cultural agencies.
Arts Council England
Accentuate is part funded by Arts Council England and Dada-South is also supported by Arts Council England. www.artscouncil.org.uk
Dada-South is a programme partner of the Brighton Festival and is proud to present Up-Stream as part of the Brighton Festival in May 2011. www.brightonfestival.org