Creativity, accessibility, disability
|Designer: Robin Tynan|
|Number of participants: 15|
|Duration: 3 hours|
|The presenter feels that this larp IS NOT suitable for young people aged 16+|
About the larp
This workshop will race through the LARP creation process looking through the lens of accessibility. Together you will discover the many ways you can make a game more accessible while creating your own unique games.
Prior experience of writing or running games not needed. Disabled and non-disabled people welcome.
Content Warnings: may include discussion and examples of disableism / disability discrimination.
Robin Tynan (they/them) is the person behind Access:LARP, a site designed to make LARP more accessible for disabled people.
Robin has been LARPing for over 10 years and disabled for over 7 and has combined their experience to provide guides, videos and workshops helping LARP organisers to create more accessible games.
They also provide advice and guidance for disabled players, encouraging peer-to-peer support, to help people get the most out of games.
|Physical contact||Not relevant; e.g. just standing in a room and talking|
|Romance and intimacy||Not relevant for the item|
|Conflict and violence||Not relevant for the item|
|Communication style||Talking and written communication|
|Movement style||Sitting or lying|
Saturday morning, Studio 2