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Future Commons

Workshop Access Rider Workshop with April Lin 林森

09 Jun 2023

Enhance your communication skills as an artist or arts worker by joining April Lin 林森's insightful workshop on crafting an access rider. Discover how to effectively convey your requirements and needs.

  • Venue


  • Date

    Friday 9 June, 2023

  • Time

    11:00am -12:30pm

  • Booking

    Free + booking required (limited to 10 people)

  • Artists

    April Lin

In this workshop led by April Lin 林森, we discuss what an access rider is, and how to write one. This is an exercise in normalising conversations around care and support as an artist and/or arts worker. It is a practice in asking for care, and stating one’s needs. 

This workshop is especially useful for people who are disabled, neurodivergent, or have a chronic illness, as well as people who have caring responsibilities. 


If you have any specific access requirements to attend this workshop, please email Future Commons Coordinator, Priya Jay pjay@iniva.org We will do our best to meet any requests within the time and budget we have.

The workshop is limited to 10 people. If you sign up and can no longer attend please let us know so that we can make that space available to others.

About April Lin 林森

April Lin 林森 (b. 1996, Stockholm — they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist and independent curator investigating image-making and world-building as sites for the construction, sustenance, and dissemination of co-existent yet conflicting truths. They interweave moving image, performance, creative computing and installation in a commitment to centring oppressed knowledges, building an ethics of collaboration around reciprocal care, and exploring the linkages between history, memory, and interpersonal and structural trauma. Their work has been shown at the Museum of the Moving Image New York, Sheffield DocFest, LA Filmforum,  and NOWNESS Asia.

Artist image credit: El Hardwic