«I have been told that I am an idealist in my goals of having fully inclusive and fully equitable theater as a truly functional and permanent aspect of our artistic society. However, I am not an idealist, but a realist. As cultures, policies, and paradigms change, it seems that the artists who survive the change are the realists."
Stephanie Barton-Farcas. Disability an theatre: a practical manual for inclusion in the arts
This map intends to be a digital platform, adapted to accessibility criteria, that compiles programs, structures, professionals, scenic spaces, festivals, and all those agents that work around inclusion and accessibility from the field of performing arts. for children and youth.
The purpose is to allow the integration of the offer of cultural programs to groups that have special needs and to favor the articulation, the relationship and the collaboration between the agents involved from a transversal perspective.