Accessing Art with Amy

Amy Amantea speaks with artists, and learns what inspires them, what adaptations they have developed, and the barriers they face. 
 

Accessing Art with Amy

Amy Amantea speaks with artists, and learns what inspires them, what adaptations they have developed, and the barriers they face. 
 

Recent episodes

The Sound of Storytelling

Authored on November 12, 2020

While Canadian sisters Tiffany and Inuk (Plqslq) don’t personally identify with disability, what they bring to the listener is an auditory sensation like no other, rooted in history and tradition and accessible to arts lovers with vision loss. Inuit throat singing, or katajjaq, is a form of musical performance uniquely found among Inuit peoples.

Follow PIQSIQ on twitter @piqsiq
Find their music at https://piqsiq.bandcamp.com/

Harmanie Rose

Authored on October 29, 2020

This week, Amy speaks with dance artist Harmanie Rose.

Find Harmanie on Instagram @HarmanieRose, Twitter @HarmanieRose and find out more about her project, All Bodies Dance, at www.albodiesdance.ca

Bruce Horak

Authored on October 14, 2020

“Assonating Thompson”
Performer and creator, Bruce Horak, lost over 90% of his sight to a childhood cancer called Bilateral Retinoblastoma. This talented human has toured across Canada, the USA and Europe. Often asked “How he sees the world”, Horak took up painting as an experiment to see if he could capture the essence of that question. “Assonating Thompson” is an exceptional creation that explores the stage and the canvas through the storytelling of the death of one of Canada’s “Group of Seven” painters.

www.brucehorak.com