Creative Connections: Session 28

Rethinking Inclusive Practices

Guest panelist:

Dr Riona Tindal Deaf Arts Coordinator, Accessible ArtsDr Riona is a creative artist, thinker, photographer and problem solver. Her practice involves work in the creative industry, advocating accessibility for artists with disability. She is in the; arts, inclusion, and equity. Riona has a passion for environment and advocacy for wildlife and their right to have their habitat undisturbed by human impact.

 

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About This Episode

How do we prioritise and bring disability to the centre of all the work that we do? As artist, organisation, producer and advocate? How can we learn and create inclusive spaces online together?

Deaf and disabled people have always used online spaces to teach, organise and share knowledge, across a multitude of platforms and programs. Deaf and disabled people deeply understand, and regularly practice, innovative and creative thinking to overcome societal barriers to ways of working.

Dr Riona Tindal, Deaf Arts Officer at Accessible Arts NSW, will present and share practical tips around rethinking what inclusive practices need to look like online, now and into the future.


About The Series

Creative Connections is an online webinar series for the cultural and arts sectors and will offer practical, accessible and useful content delivered by industry experts on key topics and emerging themes.

The series is focused around the theme of adaptation, and sessions will explore digital adaptation, leadership adaptation and arts practice adaptation. Sessions will be facilitated by experts in specific topic areas, with over thirty sessions available.



Dr Riona Tindal

Dr Riona is a creative artist, thinker, photographer and problem solver. Her practice involves work in the creative industry, advocating accessibility for artists with disability. She is in the; arts, inclusion, and equity. Riona has a passion for environment and advocacy for wildlife and their right to have their habitat undisturbed by human impact. Riona has a Bachelor of Art Natural History Illustration (BANHI), a BANHI First Class (Honours), (Faculty Medal) and a Doctor of Philosophy (PHD, Natural History Illustration) from the University of Newcastle. A Bachelor of Arts (BA), Visual and Performing Arts and a an Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design and Graphic 


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