Be Part of DaDaLive!

The deadline for applications is Friday 12th August 2011.

Would you like to be part of an exciting project and experience all aspects of live arts? Are you aged 13-19 and a Disabled or d/Deaf person?

You will get to work with professional arts companies, performers and practitioners. DaDaLive members gain valuable experience in the arts, developing a wide variety of skills backstage and performing to create original productions. All the ideas for the workshops and productions are led by the young people and you can earn Arts Award accreditation too. We will do our upmost to put any access support required in place.

Sessions will be held in Liverpool on a weekday evening from September 2011 to March 2012 and all sessions will be free. We just ask for enthusiasm and commitment.

Please complete the application form below and email to [email protected] or post to Sam Wade, DaDa - Disability and Deaf Arts, the Bluecoat, School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BX.

DaDaLive Application Form (word)

DaDaLive Application Form (pdf)

DaDaLive is a progressive live art-form programme for Disabled/Deaf young people aged 13-19 years, from Merseyside. The programme is delivered through a partnership between Fittings Multimedia Arts, DaDa - Disability and Deaf Arts, and Fuse: New Theatre for Young People.

DaDaLive empowers young people, through training and practical experience, to specialise in performance, production, technical or front of house roles; equipping them to pursue further training, education or employment in the creative industries.

If you require any further information please contact Sam Wade on [email protected] or 0151 707 1733.

DaDaLive Director Vacancy

Visit the vacancies page if you are interested in the position of DaDaLive Director.

DaDaLive: The Road We Dream On

Saturday 28 May 2011, 2.15pm

The young people of DaDaLive performed The Road We Dream On at the Tate Liverpool's World Perspectives Day on Saturday 28 May. The performance was the culmination of a years' live art workshops and was devised and written by the young people.

The Road We Dream On is a response by the young people to themes within the A Sense of Perspective exhibition at Tate Liverpool.

The Road We Dream On Rehearsal Photographs:


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