Eilidh Ellery discusses the expectations, versus the realities of performing arts research during their OnFife Artists’ Residency in March 2021. How did delivering an accessible “Face Dancing” workshop series become a deep-dive into access barriers in community classes and vocational training? Join in the Creative Conversion to find out!
You can visit Eilidh’s Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/eilidhellery/ and read more about their previous work and future goals on their blogsite here: https://eilidhellery.wordpress.com/
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