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"Disabled people and inclusion in the arts"

Interview in Me Alla Matia.

Monday, January 15th at 17:00.

Dr Emmanouela Patiniotaki, founder of ATLAS E.P., is invited by Vangelis Avgoulas in a discussion about disability and inclusion in the arts.

You can find information from the website of Me Alla Matia below and also here.

Information about the event and round photos of the participants.
Poster of the interview

Me Alla Matia live

➥ Art and Inclusion

➥ Disabled people as creators of artistic content

➥ Good practices in the Culture field

➥ Registry of Disabled Artists of "Me Alla Matia"

➥ Universal Accessibility in Art

The host of the show, Vangelis Avgoulas has a discussion with artists and professionals in the field of Art and accessibility:

  • Christina Voulgari, Stand-up comedian and organizer of "Snap - Athens Queer Comedy Club",

  • Dr Emmanouela Patiniotaki, Founder of ATLAS E.P., Researcher and Academic in the field of Audiovisual Translation and Accessibility,

  • Dimitra Paraskevopoulou, Theatrologist, Member of the Registry of Disabled Artists of the NPO “Me Alla Matia",

  • Juliana Bousi, Poet, Member of the Registry of Disabled Artists of the NPO "Me Alla Matia",

  • Giannis Vlaseros, Photographer, Videographer and instructor of catwalk modeling and posing

On Monday, January 15th at 17:00 tune in on Me Alla Matia’s Facebook and YouTube.

The live web show “Me Alla Matia” is the only show in Greece that is created by and is addressed to people with disabilities, diving into a huge range of topics related to everyday life, needs and news around disability.

During the show, you can participate live with your questions, through’s social media, and we will read your comments and opinions live!

The show will be broadcasted with live interpreting in the Greek Sign Language and it will soon be available with subtitles.

This show is actualised by “Me Alla Matia” NPO, as part of the “Diversity-Art” action under the auspices and with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture.


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