15.06.2019 - IntegrART Symposium "It's a Matter of Perspective": Documentation is online!
The documentation of the IntegrART Symposium 2019 in Zurich on 2 and 3 May is online. Film, texts and pictures can be found here.
01.04.2019 – Tickets for the IntegrART productions have gone on sale!
Together with its partner festivals in Basel, Berne, Geneva and Lugano, IntegrART is showing four selected stage productions by and with disabled artists from 21 May to 9 June 2019. Texts, images and videos for these productions and the dates of IntegrART shows near you can be found here.
01.03.2019 – Register now: IntegrART Symposium ‘It’s a Matter of Perspective’
On 2 May and 3 May 2019, the seventh IntegrART Symposium takes place at Gessnerallee Zurich and Tanzhaus Zurich. Entitled ‘It’s a Matter of Perspective’, the symposium will explore the ways in which non-normative perspectives expand different art forms and cross (aesthetic) boundaries. Everything about the symposium, including the registration form, can be found here.
30.09.2018 – Swiss Diversity Award for IntegrART
On 29 September 2018, IntegrART was honoured with a Swiss Diversity Award 2018. Nina Mühlemann, Co-Director of the IntegrART Symposium 2019, attended the ceremony in Berne to accept the award in the category ‘art’. A jury consisting of professionals in politics, art, culture and equality selected the winners in 12 different categories. The aim of the award is to promote diversity and inclusion. More information can be found here.
23.08.2018 – Nina Mühlemann and Tanja Erhart become co-directors of the 2019 symposium
The IntegrART Symposium 2019 will be managed by a team of two: Nina Mühlemann lives in Zurich as a cultural producer and disability scholar. Austrian dancer and scholar, Tanja Erhart, is based in London. For the first time, the symposium will be conceptualised, realised and presented by two agents from academia and art, who are disabled themselves.
20.06.2018 – IntegrART receives the label ‘Kultur inklusiv’
IntegrART carries now the label of ‘Kultur inklusiv’. The label, created by Pro Infirmis, advocates for an ongoing commitment to an inclusive culture. It promotes inclusion and access to cultural institutions with as few barriers as possible. As a label carrier, IntegrART works in collaboration with ‘Kultur inklusiv’ to promote inclusion and access as defined by the different fields of actions of the label. More information can be found here.