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One of our latest Access2Arts projects, the ‘Making **it Happen’ Producer Podcasts, has seen us interviewing some fantastic South Australian disability arts producers about their experiences to gain a better understanding of what the industry currently looks like.
You can learn more about our ‘Making **it Happen’ Producer Podcasts project on our projects page here, alongside other producers we have interviewed.
In this episode, South Australian disabled music producer Tyson Hopprich (a.k.a DJ TR!P) speaks with producer Libby Trainor Parker. Libby is many things to many people: writer, performer, speaker, teacher, parent, partner, business owner, and health advocate.
Diagnosed later in life with endometriosis and adenomyosis after a lifetime of mystery, Libby now dedicates her life to advocating for people with illness so they can be diagnosed, treated, and live a full life. Author of the book Endo Days (Wakefield Press), Libby has been instrumental and successful in lobbying for funds for endometriosis learning programs and raising awareness for the condition. Libby is a popular MC and speaker, and can also be seen on stage as an award-winning cabaret performer and stand-up comedian, and brings education, knowledge, lived experience and a healthy dose of humour to everything she does.
You can listen to Libby’s interview on Access2Art’s ‘Make **it Happen’ Producer Podcast here:
This podcast was funded by Arts South Australia and produced by Access2Arts.