We are pleased to see that the government has pledged £300m to continue to invest in music and the arts through Music Education Hubs in the UK, particularly at a […]
Recently I’ve attended two MMU led events that I found particularly interesting, both of which broadly examined ‘human’ ways of being, notions of creativity and human flourishing. In connection […]
Drake Music’s Consultation into Disabling Barriers to Formal Music Education quoted by Lord German during recent parliamentary debate on music education for SEN/D children.
Throughout my life I have used a range of assistive and/or mainstream technology to break down the disabling barriers I experience.
At a Connect & Collaborate London – Drake Music event at Shape Arts in March 2013, my aim was to involve 25 disabled artists/musicians as a focus group to help us to develop possibilities for finding and establishing structures for support for disabled composers, artists and musicians across London.
Accessibility is often misunderstood as being either all encompassing, or just the provision of ramps.