Yesterday I posted a blog about poet and life-long t’ai chi practitioner Li-Young Lee, who spoke about “Dustless action”. Having received a few (often puzzled) emails from readers on this phrase, I sought further perspectives from my friend Tony Brown, a writer, artist, musical director and t’ai chi practitioner/instructor. With his permission, I reproduce his thoughts, below:
- The d Monologues published by Oberon
- How can we avoid stereotyping disabled artists?
- And Suddenly I Appear: : Reflections on a disabled-led creative process By Nur Shafiza (Shai).
- Diversity, d/Deaf, difference, disability…. Have the ‘d’ words become dirty with overuse?
- Women writers and creatives! Stop being so hard on yourselves! (Oh, and men too, of course….)
- RT @graeae: In English & #BSL, @GraeaeJennyS introduces #AndOthers, which she directs @NationalTheatre on 15 Nov as part of #CourageEverywh… 1 hour ago
- RT @NottmPlayhouse: CALL OUT FOR ASSOCIATE ARTIST: We are looking for an Associate Artist to join our new team of Associates to support the… 1 day ago
- Don't make it easier for corporations to carry out fracking in the UK @GregClarkMP @claireperrymp - keep planning d… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 day ago
- Tune in to Sue Austin’s work - incredible and iconic images and truly radical and surprising work. Disability Arts… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 day ago
- RT @disabilityarts: Tune in tomorrow and/or Friday morning from 10:30 to see @SueAustinArtist's amazing underwater wheelchair performance '… 1 day ago
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