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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

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The Axis of Access: Performance & Culture Conversation


Deaf & Disability arts LGBTQIA2S Performance
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The Artesian

2627 13th Avenue

Regina, SK



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, is a relaxed performance, and will have a sign language interpreter.


Join Listen to Dis' for the Axis of Access: A Performance & Disability Cultural Conversation.

The event will open with a dazzling montage of music and theatre from past & future productions performed by LTD’s music ensemble The Dripping Honeys and guest artists. Their goal is to invite people in, through art and facilitated dialogue, to create a better understanding of access and inclusion from a Crip perspective. One that helps construct community awareness and appreciation of disability and access in art, culture, and education. It is unapologetically satirical, ironic, and hilarious and is meant to interrupt hidden biases around disability.

Following the performance, we will host a safe and nurturing community conversation about ACCESS and the ARTS: The how, why, when, where, and who, and we would love to have you join us. We will, as always, MOVE at the SPEED OF TRUST.

Refreshments and light snacks will be provided!

ASL Interpretation available upon request.



Listen to Dis' Community Arts Org. Inc.

Listen to Dis' is Saskatchewan's first and only disability-led arts organization. Through the arts, creative practices, and facilitated dialogues, Listen to Dis’ weaves new realities for our members and the broader community, shifting the way people perceive disability. We create an understanding of and appreciation for Crip art, Mad art, and Disability culture while encouraging healthier relationships to body, mind, and creative spirit.

This event is part of a hub:

Be Heard: Disability Arts and Culture Hub

Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization Inc. Regina, SK

This hub is all about being heard and making connections. Each event is meant to aid in the development of a voice, whether that be on an individual level or in the context of community advocacy. These events are meant to be a safe space wh...