Jodee Mundy - Inclusion is a Myth
Just launched - Inclusion is a Myth, is a ground-breaking research report by Dr Ricci-Jane Adams that documents the challenges, innovations and learnings throughout the creative development process of the Museum of Imagined Touch by Jodee Mundy Collaborations’.
In 2014, Artist Jodee Mundy in collaboration with deafblind artists Michelle Stevens and Heather Lawson invited audiences to experience a creative development of their live art project, The Museum of Imagined Touch. This project in every sense is a model of best practice in access and inclusive theatre making practice and contributing to the knowledge and understanding of making theatre for and with members of the Deafblind community.
The project was funded by Australia Council for the Arts & Arts Victoria
And partnered by Auspicious Projects, Able Australia, Arts Access Victoria, Polyglot Theatre and St Paul’s Cathedral.