Our flagship arts and disability conference takes place every two years. Read about our last conference here.
Accessible Arts aims to make art accessible to all. Over the last few years we have paved the way in establishing programs that enable people with disability to follow their passion and also enable organisations to ensure their venues are accessible for all to visit.
We value the enormous artistic contribution and impact that people with disability make to Australian and international creative arts practice. We believe all artists, art workers and art lovers deserve every opportunity to experience arts how they so choose.
Our programs across NSW support the areas of Advocacy, Arts Development and Capacity Building.
Our 2019 Arts Activated Conference is set for the 22nd and the 23rd of August. We will have an online pre-registration available late March.
Past and present Accessible Arts programs
Our Deaf Arts Network aims to increase the participation in, and access to, the arts for those who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
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?