Second part of our online Training Course, focused on inclusion services for D/deaf and hard of hearing audience
As part of INCLUSIVE THEATER(S) project, co-funded by the Creative Europe program, THEAMA – Theatre for the disabled will implement an online training course on inclusive practices to be implemented in theaters to facilitate the participation of the hearing impaired audiences.
Vassilis Oikonomou and Emmanouela Patiniotaki, PHD will guide the participants, through a series of four webinars, to discover European good practices and the technical and technological possibilities to involve the deaf and hard to hearing public in theatrical performances.
The working language will be English.
- Sign Language – seamless integration to an on-stage performance, the Director’s perspective
09 April 2021, 17:00 EET (Athens)
- Accessibility Tools – a Director’s perspective
16 April 2021, 17:00 EET (Athens)
- “Theatre captioning for D/deaf and hard of hearing viewers:
23 April 2021, 17:00 EET (Athens)
- “Theatre captioning for D/deaf and hard of hearing viewers: PART II: Performances and output”
30 April 2021, 17:00 EET (Athens)
Participation in the course is totally free for participants, but places are limited. It is therefore highly recommended to register well in advance.
The course is aimed at actors, theater directors, theater managers, stage managers, cultural operators and managers, and in general all those who intend to deepen their knowledge of how to make theatrical performances inclusive for the hearing impaired audience.
Participants will also have the opportunity to share ideas and experiences with colleagues from all over Europe, in particular Italy, Greece, Portugal, United Kingdom, Serbia and Spain.
NB: All activities will take place online, on THEAMA’s Zoom platform account, which will only be accessible by invitation.