Here are some recent Tangled interviews and articles!
National Post: “Tangled, Toronto’s first accessible art gallery for disabled artists, is bringing the outsiders in” by Sadaf Ahsan
ArtFCity: “This is What Accessible, Barrier-Free Curating Looks Like” by Rea McNamara
Accessible Media Inc: “Tangled Art Gallery’s Constructed Identities” by Andrika De Lanerolle
Broken Pencil Magazine: “Getting Tangled: Disability Art + Accessible Curation” by Alison Lang
CBC Metro Morning: “At this new gallery, every artist has a disability” by Matt Galloway
Canadian Art: “Cripping the Arts: It’s About Time” by Jenna Reid
Metro Toronto: “New Toronto art gallery to be the first in Canada to focus on disability” by Gilbert Ngabo
NOW Toronto: “Accessible – And Tangled Art Gallery Means It” by Fran Schechter
Yonge Street Media: “Cripping the Arts examines Canadian cultural production through a different lens” by Kaitlyn Kochany
SheDoesTheCity: “TAG: CANADA’S NEW FULLY ACCESSIBLE DISABILITY ART GALLERY OPENS THIS SPRING” by Tiffy Thompson
Canadian Art: “8 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Art and Disability” by Leah Sandals
CBC Metro Morning: “Interview with Tangled Artistic Director Eliza Chandler on Disability Arts”
CBC Arts: With PUSH!, parasport athletes seize the spotlight in the arena—and in the theatre.
CBC Here and Now: Interview with Tangled Artistic Director Eliza Chandler on Disability Arts in Toronto
Radio-Canada: La piece “Push”
Twenty-Something in Toronto: Tangled Art + Disability
Train it Right: Panamania Presents PUSH – A Tangled Art + Disability Production
TGC Circle: PUSH! Real Athletes. Real Stories. Real Theatre.
The Theatre Reader: Personal Stories of Passion and Pain Capture Audience Members’ Hearts in PUSH!
July 15, 2015
CIUT-FM – Interview with Ping Chong and Don Shipley
Ryerson Today: Stage event PUSHes Parapan Athletes’ Stories
Proud FM Audio: Interview with Peggy Shaw Part 1
Proud FM Audio: Interview with Peggy Shaw Part 2
“Ruff Stuff – Interview with Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver” from Daily Xtra
“Krip-Hop Nation – Review” from Raz Mataz Magazine
“Krip-Hop makes its way to Canada” from Urbanology
“Embracing Positivity – Interview with Kounterclockwise” from Urban Hero Magazine Vol. 34
“Artist-in-Residence draws on life-altering experience to teach and heal through multi-media project” from Inside Toronto