How to include BSL and Audio Description in your work – two free Zoom sessions

By 2nd January 2024Uncategorised
Two blond white women dressed in bright orange burst through a hole in space in front of a green mountain, a slither of blue sky overhead.

Thinking of applying for an #OpenOut24 commission and want to find out more about how to include BSL and/or Audio Description in your work? We are offering two free Zoom sessions with leading experts.

The sessions are free but places are limited so sign up now!

Widening engagement with Deaf audiences
2 hours with a break
Steph Bailey Scott and Elise Davison from Taking Flight Theatre will take you through some simple ways to make your work more engaging and welcoming for Deaf audiences.  We will look at BSL interpreters and different ways these can be used within a piece as well as easy ways to make your work more visual. With over 15 years experience of working with creative access, Taking Flight have been the go to organisation in Wales for advice and expertise in all things access and inclusion.

Creative Audio Description for outdoor arts
1.5 hours with a break
Karina Jones, visually impaired actor, aerialist, Audio Description consultant and vocal coach, will take you through how to embed Audio Description into your show. The session will be looking at different audio description techniques and considering the voice of the audio describer, where the audio description comes from and how it can be weaved into your work. In preparation for the session, think about how you would describe yourself…what is important to know about you?

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