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James Zatka-Haas

James Zatka - Haas is a Culture, Curation and Criticism graduate from Central Saint Martins. He was Unlimited's 2017 Trainee and regularly contributed to their blog. He is interested in all forms of art, but has a specific inkling towards literature, film and visual arts. He is a member of Artsadmin's Youth Board - a group of young creatives who put on events for various communities in Toynbee Studios.

Posts by James Zatka-Haas

Woman dancing in front of neon lights

Access All Areas’ Madhouse re: exit – groundbreaking immersive theatre

Access All Areas’ Madhouse re:exit is a tantalisingly inventive immersive theatre experience that speaks as much about the reality of our flawed care system as it does the societal perceptions of people who are learning disabled; pointing to ways in which we can restructure ourselves for the better. It plays ...

Ghosts in the Machine – come alive in the Tate Modern

Shape Arts' second Tate Exchange programme, ‘Ghosts in the Machine’ took place in Tate Modern, London from 1 - 4 March 2018. With a packed programme of workshops, interactive installations, live performance and conversational points the exchange explored the prevailing assumptions about disabled people in arts and culture. Review by ...

John Godber's Up 'n' Under. Photo of 5 pairs of men's lower legs surrounding the title with rugby league ball on a muddy, grassy ground , wearing a variety inappropriate shoes and socks for rugby.

fingersmiths score a try with the aesthetics of access in mind

John Godber's acclaimed 1984 play Up ’n’ Under has been revamped by Fingersmiths, the stella theatre company behind 2014's Frozen. Known for their use of hearing and non-hearing actors, fingersmiths have put on a show that retains all the humour of the classic production, whilst managing to shed light on ...

James Zatka-Haas