Unlimited Italia

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Born in 2015, the manifesto of Unlimited Italy is:

  • Promoting the inclusion of interested artists and people with and without disabilities working together, and giving access to equal opportunities;
  • Supporting activities which could have an impact on the cultural system, influencing those working in the art field, promoting international cooperation;
  • Encouraging discussion about the access to training for disabled people;
  • Creating opportunities to educate the public through structured processes, highlighting the artistic value of inclusive work
  • Promoting and communicating the creative case of diversity, introducing different aesthetic courses and promoting the focus on other aesthetic courses
  • Creating reference points and figures for public with disabilities and for young artists, whereas they were not represented before
  • Encouraging the opening of every artistic space, from the audience to the stage, from the directing room to the fitting rooms, even to the bathrooms

The partners involved in the creation of the network are:

Incontri Internazionali di Rovereto - Rovereto (TN)

Ottavo Giorno - Marina Giacometti - Padova (PD)

Il Cortile - Laura Banfi - Rho (MI)

Balletto Civile - Michela Lucenti - La Spezia (SP)

Sosta Palmizi - Giorgio Rossi - Camucia di Cortona (AR)

Diversamente in Danza - Giorgia Panetto - Lugagnano di Sona (VR)

Clochart - Michele Comite - Rovereto (TN)

Centro Sperimentale Danza Teatro - Domenico Santonicola - Treviso (TV)

MUVet - Gaia Germanà e Silvia Berti, Aristide Rontini - Imola (BO)

Pierluigi Zonzin - Schio (VI)

Piera Principe - Bergamo (BG)