The Accessible Arts Grants program consisted of opportunities for not-for-profit arts and disability services/organisations and/or for groups or individual artists with disability in NSW.
As the NSW peak arts and disability organisation, we value the artistic contribution and impact that people with disability make to the ecology of Australian and international creative arts practice. This value extends across numerous contexts within our organisation and includes areas of advocacy, arts development and capacity building.
We work closely with the broader arts, disability and community sectors to create strong and supportive connections. These links enable people with disability to be woven into the fabric of arts and cultural practice, as arts professionals, audience members and as artists. These connective pathways give voice to diversity and difference.
Our full range of programs provide real opportunities for people with disability to be constructive contributors and impactful change makers within contemporary arts practice, culture and society.
Accessible Arts' Artist Run Initiative Project is supporting the autonomy of nine artist run initiatives for artists with and without disability across NSW.
The Catalyst Dance Residency is a national artist development program across two years supporting 14 dance artists with and without disability in integrated dance practice.
Creative Causeway brings together key stakeholders in the arts + disability sector and community to share expertise, networks and professional arts practice.
Our Deaf Arts Network aims to increase the participation in, and access to, the arts for those who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
Delineate is an arts program that seeks to enrich the creative initiatives of the Don’t DIS my ABILITY campaign.
The Supported Studio Network (SSN) is a national body that builds capacity, provides resources and strengthens connections to sustain diverse supported studio models. What is a Supported Studio?