Dis/able: DIY Lecture: jes sachse


Apr 18, 10:00 PM - Apr 19, 12:00 AM

This DIY Lecture is postponed until further notice.

Taking the idea of 'DIS/able – Dismantling ableism within mainstream filmmaking. DIS/Able will be showcasing how "dis"abled filmmakers subvert the film-making process to be more inclusive of their accessibility needs.

Filmmaking as a whole should be more accessible to people like us but somehow it continues to not be.

Jaene Castrillon

About jes sachse:

Presently living in Toronto, jes is an artist, writer and performer whose work addresses the negotiations of bodies moving in public/private space and the work of their care. Their work & writing has appeared in NOW Magazine, The Peak, CV2 -The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing, Mobilizing Metaphor: Art, Culture and Disability Activism in Canada, and the 40th Anniversary Edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves.

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