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Since 2006, Listen To Dis' has been providing disability-led disability arts programming to the people of Regina and Saskatchewan. We are always expanding our offerings. If you have any questions, please contact using the form at the bottom of the page.
To see our brochure, click below. 


Listen to Dis' holds two ensembles: Listen to Dis' VOICE (the community art program that started it all) and The Other Ordinary (a company of emerging professional disabled artists). The fluidity between these groups is vast as our artists learn and grow. We are always inviting new members into our fold. Join us today!


Our two ensembles perform regularly throughout Saskatchewan. Click the link to see past and future performance dates. Selected highlights include Telemiracle 40, the Cathedral Village Arts Festival, the Globe Theatre's Shumiatcher Sandbox Series, and Saskatchewan Culture Days. 

The Visiting Artist Series

We have a series of monthly programming from local artists such as J.J. Voss (pictured here). This series allows professional artists in our community who are interested in disability art and culture to teach and learn from our members. If you're interested in joining our list of visiting artists, please use the contact form at the bottom of the page

Fundraising & Workshops

We offer workshops for people of all ages, performances, disability audits, and training in somatic practices. We are charitable non-profit that is always looking to find new ways to support disability art and culture

Disability Audits

Through our work with organizations such as the Regina Folk Festival and Globe Theatre, we use art to inform organizations and businesses about how their structures & programming can be made more accessible and inclusive.


We may be available to come to your event, school and/or community to perform. 
What kind of performance are you looking for? Q&A's can follow all performances.

Contact Us for More Information


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