Workshop with accessibility experts from Diverse Patterns Nepal and Birds of Paradise Theatre, Scotland

How to make theatre and arts accessible to audiences with disabilities.

Country
,
Language(s)
English, Nepali
Event Type
Entry
Free, Registration

Looking to make your theatre arts more accessible for audiences with disabilites? Then this is the event for you! Join us as we explore how to make theatre arts more inclusive for everyone. 

Sagar Prasai, Founder of Diverse Patterns, strategic partner of NITFest 2022, will lead a workshop with Ms. Michelle Rolfe, an expert from the UK (Birds of Paradise, a theatre group based in Scotland) on providing hands-on and practical information to participants so that they can include persons with disabilities as their audiences or artist & crew.

The workshop will be 2 hours long, and the participants will be primarily theatre directors, arts managers, and organizers of another similar festival. We'll discuss everything from stage design and acoustics to sign language interpretation and assistive listening devices. All are welcome, so come and learn how to make your theatre arts more accessible for all!

Facilitators:

Mr. Sagar Prasai has more than a decade long experience in disability inclusion sector. He has worked with national and international organizations to make thier programming accessible to larger audiences including persons with disabilities.

Ms. Michelle Rolfe is a producer for Birds of Paradise (BOP) where she works with the executive Producer and artistic director on delivering BOP Theatre productions. She ensures the smooth running of day to day activities and communications for all of BOP productions and also support the development and strategic strands of BOP through project work and delivering training.

  • Date: 28 November 2022, 2:00- 4:00 pm
  • Venue: Mandala Studio, Thapagaun
  • Free Entry. Registration Required. Tea snacks and certificates will be provided.
A group of persons with disabilities and theatre artist sit in a circle during a workshop at british council
Picture from similar workshop organized on NITFEST 2019 | Source: British Council
Venue
Mandala Studio
Date(s)
November 28
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Looking to make your theatre arts more accessible for audiences with disabilites? Then this is the event for you! Join us as we explore how to make theatre arts more inclusive for everyone. 

Sagar Prasai, Founder of Diverse Patterns, strategic partner of NITFest 2022, will lead a workshop with Ms. Michelle Rolfe, an expert from the UK (Birds of Paradise, a theatre group based in Scotland) on providing hands-on and practical information to participants so that they can include persons with disabilities as their audiences or artist & crew.

The workshop will be 2 hours long, and the participants will be primarily theatre directors, arts managers, and organizers of another similar festival. We'll discuss everything from stage design and acoustics to sign language interpretation and assistive listening devices. All are welcome, so come and learn how to make your theatre arts more accessible for all!

Facilitators:

Mr. Sagar Prasai has more than a decade long experience in disability inclusion sector. He has worked with national and international organizations to make thier programming accessible to larger audiences including persons with disabilities.

Ms. Michelle Rolfe is a producer for Birds of Paradise (BOP) where she works with the executive Producer and artistic director on delivering BOP Theatre productions. She ensures the smooth running of day to day activities and communications for all of BOP productions and also support the development and strategic strands of BOP through project work and delivering training.

  • Date: 28 November 2022, 2:00- 4:00 pm
  • Venue: Mandala Studio, Thapagaun
  • Free Entry. Registration Required. Tea snacks and certificates will be provided.
A group of persons with disabilities and theatre artist sit in a circle during a workshop at british council
Picture from similar workshop organized on NITFEST 2019 | Source: British Council
Country
,
Language(s)
English, Nepali
Event Type
Entry
Free, Registration
Venue
Mandala Studio
Date(s)
November 28
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Organized by
Mandala Theatre Nepal
Strategic Partners
Gowin Production
Encore Media
Diverse Patterns
Accessibilty Partner
British Council Nepal
Supported by
Kathmandu Metropolitan City
Nepal Tourism Board
German Development Coorporation
German Development Coorporation
Civil Peace Project
Venue Partner
Pathshala Foundation
Video Partner
Foto Crystal
Hospitality Partner
Hotel Le Himalaya
Hydration Partner
Jalapa Fresh Drinking Water
Energy Partner
Hunk Energy Drink
Sign Language Partner
Nepal Association of Sign Language Interpreters
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