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Inspired by UN Human Rights
Between Music has created
Right to Art

Article 27.

  1. (1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.

Right to Art is not a project or a program, but an overall idea to make our art accessible to more people, and to provide experiences for people who do not have the opportunity to prioritize art enjoyment.


In connection with AquaSonic concerts, we strive to offer a free concert to the socially disadvantaged or others who for various reasons do not have the opportunity to buy tickets.

The right to Art is also about making communication more accessible, whereby we also offer workshops for the blind and visually impaired, so that the framework for the visual idea in AquaSonic is also made accessible. The workshop takes the form of a tactile pre-talk.

Talk for visually impaired, Hong Kong

Pictures from pre-talk with visually impaired at New Vision Arts Festival in Hong Kong.

During the performance they had an ear-piece where an interpreter in a booth described what is happening visually on the stage. 

Talk for visually impaired, Hong Kong
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