“The whole ethos of PrefaceMorn is to cast a new perspective on disabled art”
PrefaceMorn is an integrated dance theatre company that was formed in 2007 by director Niall Cullen.
With disabled and able-bodied performers, PrefaceMorn aims to create innovative and accessible dance theatre.
Accessibility in the arts is of great importance to director Niall Cullen. As dance in performance is almost exclusively a visual medium and dance theatre still relies heavily on form and image, it is often out of reach for a visually impaired audience. PrefaceM…
PrefaceMorn are pleased to announce we will be running our very own BIG DANCE event on Saturday 18th May at Orlean’s House Gallery. This is your chance to come along, learn some moves and have some fun! See the ‘Events’ section for further details.
•To create and present high-quality multi-disciplinary performance work. These performances will be a window for integrated work, and can provide a boost to the career of involved practitioners.
•To develop and provide accessible workshops and training to allow more disabled people or those who are interested in integrated practice to train professionally. This training will help disabled artists to gain the skills, and confidence to apply for more jobs with dance and theatre companies, or to create their own work. This will also help to create links between peer-groups of disabled and able-bodied artists, so boosting the practice of integration.
•To set up a platform for artists both able-bodied and disabled to discuss and showcase their work.
•To instigate initiatives with partners to provide artists with specifically accessible rehearsal resources and mentorship/professional development services that are also affordable.
•To set up a national centre for integrated practice, which is run as a co-operative of artists from different fields and backgrounds.