Inclusive Arts

Welcome to the Inclusive Arts Knowledge Centre!

Currently this database is under construction. Here you will be able to find regularly updated database of theoretical and practical materials & resources in the field of Inclusive Arts.


You'll also be able to find information related to several EASPD projects. At the moment, the projects available are

  1. CIAE
  2. ISA

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Cultural Statistics

by Veneta Kuyova - Monday, 8 January 2018, 9:52 AM


This second edition of the ‘Cultural statistics’ pocketbook presents  comparable data on culture available in the EU-27, EFTA and candidate countries. It comprises data on cultural heritage, the economic situation in cultural sectors, employment in cultural sectors and occupations, external trade in cultural goods, cultural participation and household expenditure on culture.



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Everyday practices of exclusion/inclusion: women who have an intellectual disability speaking for themselves?

by Sydney Von Ihering - Monday, 3 February 2020, 3:10 PM

This article discusses a small in-depth research study with five women who have an intellectual disability.


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Disability rights, music and the case for inclusive education

by Sydney Von Ihering - Monday, 3 February 2020, 3:10 PM

Participation in music is both a human right and a disability right. Music is a human need in the Darwinian (not Social Darwinian) evolutionary sense. Similarly, inclusion is an evolved capacity, beneficial to human perpetuation.


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The inclusive world of music: Students with disabilities and multiculturalism

by Sydney Von Ihering - Monday, 3 February 2020, 3:10 PM

The Tanglewood and Housewright Symposia concluded that music programs should include music from other cultures, as well as teach students of all abilities.