Advice Sessions flyer: CRIPtic Arts - Ask Me Anything - 1:1 Advice with Jamie Hale (picture of Jamie's head - they are a white person with dark red hair and beard, with a black wheelchair headrest behind their head).
For Deaf & Disabled Creatives
£0 / BSL-interpreted sessions / auto-captions / support available
Book a session to discuss anything from applying for funding and writing a budget, to opportunities in the arts, building networks to starting a creative project, integrating access to accessible ways of working, and become part of the CRIPtic Arts community.
cripticarts.org/private-advice-sessions/
CRIPtic Arts & Arts Council England logo
1:1 advice with Jamie Hale – free, BSL interpretation, auto-captions, support available
Book a session to discuss anything from applying for funding and writing a budget, to opportunities in the arts, building networks to starting a creative project, integrating access to accessible ways of working, and become part of the CRIPtic Arts community.
CRIPtic Arts & Arts Council England logo

For deaf and disabled creatives there are endless barriers in producing work. It feels like we’re expected to know everything about access – but we’re not given the chance to build expertise. These funded advice sessions respond to those barriers. We have created them so deaf and disabled creatives can seek free advice, in a positive and constructive space. They exist because we want to be able to make our art. For that to succeed, it’s crucial that we have the chance to learn from one another.

You can book for the regular 1:1 sessions or the sessions with pre-booked BSL interpreter on calendly. Alternatively email us on team@cripticarts.org

We run these sessions because we’re passionate about supporting deaf and disabled people to build their careers in the arts. Obviously the systemic disadvantage and discrimination we face makes it hard for us to build our skills, knowledge, and experience. We want to change this.

CRIPtic Arts brings a range of expertise to these sessions – from a background in successful funding bids from multiple grant funders to our expertise in creating, producing, and curating accessible work. Not only do we know how to consider audience access, but we’ve also worked extensively on creating accessible ways of working as a team.

If you want to see what else we’re doing at CRIPtic, go to our What’s On page to find out more. You can also contact us or get involved.