Hosted by Attitude is Everything’s Next Stage initiative, which supports the music industry to be more inclusive to artists, this session will be an informal discussion around the barriers that are currently slowing down or stopping the development of disabled artists. Topics we may discuss:
If you’re making or performing music and have an impairment or long term health condition, we would love to hear from you. You do not have to identify as disabled. We will be joined by critically acclaimed US artist Gaelynn Lea, who will be performing at DIY Space For London later on that day as part of her UK tour.
The discussion will be conducted in a group, chaired by a member of the team from Attitude is Everything. If you would like to know more about the format of the session, please contact us via the details below.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email and questions or queries to Rich from Attitude is Everything by email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I find the access information for the venue?
There is comprehensive information, photos and videos about getting to and around DIY Space For London on this page.
What is Next Stage?
Next Stage is an artist development initiative, launched by Attitude is Everything to remove barriers for artists with impairments or long term health conditions. To join the Next Stage artist network click here.
I don’t identify as disabled but this is relevant to me, can I still attend?
Yes. We want to hear from any artists that face barriers when seeking to develop their creativity.
Can someone accompany me to this?
Yes. Please get them to RSVP via the link on this page.