International Guild of Disabled Artists and Performers
Instead we started an in-depth conversation about the meaning and language behind disability; the "social brand" of disability; the benefits and limitations of the social model and its impact in perpetuating a reality of discrimination, inaccessibility and social barriers; where to next; how can artists creatively lead the way; and how can we mobilise technology to do this globally?1. What is the spread between the social and personal impact/experience of disability and how do we express these in our work?2. As disabled artists, how do we support each other to continue to draw inspiration for our work? How could we more dynamically and more often celebrate the highs and commiserate the lows as a global community?3. What has changed and still needs to change to make the work and role of artists who experience disability more significant in the cultural landscape?4. How could IGODAP, given its limited resource but virtual form, assist disabled artists to achieve their artistic goals?