Registration open: Every Story Matters Conference

Registration is now open for the kick off conference of our project Every Story Matters, which takes place on 19 November at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. Everybody has the right to discover literature and to create stories, Your socio-economic or cultural background, gender, sexual preference or mental and physical abilities should not matter. … Continue reading Registration open: Every Story Matters Conference

Creative Europe supports our project “Every Story Matters”

We couldn't be happier! Our "Every Story Matters" project is one of the 87 projects supported this year by Creative Europe! Books do not reflect society as it is. There is an absence of inclusive books. By inclusive literature we mean books featuring a range of abilities, ages, ethnicities, genders, religions, sexual orientations and socio-economic … Continue reading Creative Europe supports our project “Every Story Matters”

Memorandum of Understanding with British Council and Arts Council Portugal

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on 19 June between the British Council, Arts Council Portugal (DGARTES) and Acesso Cultura | Access Culture. It is a partnership for the provision of training courses aimed at artistic entities and cultural agents in the performing arts field in Portugal. The training will focus on the inclusion … Continue reading Memorandum of Understanding with British Council and Arts Council Portugal

Press conference: launch of 2019 Access Culture Week – what has changed?

On the occasion of the 6th edition of Access Culture Week (June 17-23), after six years of continuous work and convinced that cultural participation is closely linked to the quality of our democracy, Access Culture decided to give this press conference with the aim of: Taking stock of these six years of work, in partnership … Continue reading Press conference: launch of 2019 Access Culture Week – what has changed?

Access Culture Week 2019

The 6th edition of Access Culture Week will take place from 17 to 23 June 2019. A week to reflect on what access is and create a greater awareness of the mission and objectives of Access Culture. Together we work to make difference mainstream. Programme