Arts And Culture
Troy Kotsur wins best supporting actor Oscar for Coda
This awards season marked a big milestone for disability representation in the media, with Troy Kotsur becoming the first deaf man to win an Oscar for acting. Read more about the importance of the award in this article from The Guardian.
Channel 4 launches new Paralympics advertising campaign ahead of Tokyo games
Channel 4’s advertising for the Paralympics highlights the “blood, sweat, sacrifices and dedication” of the athletes. Learn more about the upcoming Games.
Theatres and Covid-19: How the Show Goes On
Shona Louise is a disability and theatre blogger. As a keen theatre-goer pre-Covid, Shona discusses how you can support the theatres, and stay entertained, during the pandemic.
Meet the YouTuber who made lockdown work for her
Disabled influencer Jessica Kellgren-Fozard has been able to continue with her regular day job as a YouTuber during lockdown. Read on to find out more.
Accessible Days Out: The Old Vic
In this article, 22-year-old disability and theatre blogger Shona Louise recounts her day out at The Old Vic theatre in London.
BBC pledges to include more disabled people in programmes
The BBC has pledged to include more disabled entertainers and actors on its mainstream panel shows, documentaries, and dramas. Continue reading to learn more.
Photography with a disability: How to get started
We spoke to the Chairman of the Disabled Photographers’ Society to find out how to get started with photography as a hobby when you have a disability.