Accessible Arts is the peak arts and disability organisation across New South Wales providing leadership in arts + disability through information, advocacy and the facilitation of excellence in arts practice.
An art exhibition featuring the work of fifteen Emerge 2017 artists with disability.
Everyone’s favourite ogre is back in the hilarious stage spectacle - Auslan interpreted, audio described and a tactile tour available!
Come to a screening of Pulse and support Johanna Garvin's attempt to be the first person to complete the World Marathon Challenge/Triple 7 Challenge in a wheelchair.
Are you interested in the wellbeing of performing arts and screen workers in NSW? Then don’t miss this day-long summit at the Sydney Opera House on Monday 13 November!
Dean Walsh is running two integrated workshops exploring his practice, PrimeOrderly.
Our next general Disability Inclusion Training session is on 3 November
Don't miss the The Big Anxiety, which brings together artists, scientists and communities to question and re-imagine the state of mental health in the 21st century.
Blink! is a ground-breaking collaboration enabling Jess Irwin, a renowned photographer with cerebral palsy, to join the Australia Piano Quartet.
How does our mental health affect our art? How does our art affect our mental health? What does it mean to be a practicing artist with mental health support needs?
NSW Artists Digby Webster and Chris Bunton in ABC Series 'You Can't Ask That'
Every January, Sydney Festival enlivens and transforms the city with a bold cultural celebration!
There's no better place to welcome 2017 than Sydney – the New Year's Eve capital of the world.
A new Australian play directed by Goldele Rayment
I'm Still Here, a multi-art form exhibition
What is the place on our stages and in public life for performers who don’t fit the conventional view of what an artist should be?
Sydney Visual Artist Pete Conroy Exhibition 'Exponential Growth - How to Win at Capitalism'.
Murmuration's weekly workshops are a great way to explore your arts practice.
RUCKUS presents their latest major work Speed of Life.
Roomies free one-day professional development forum Tuesday 24 May.
Don't miss this opportunity for a weekend of delightfully ruthless theatre - in Victoria.
Have you attended our Disability Inclusion Training?
Join us in conversation with performer and performance maker Dan Daw as he shares insights into how he shifts perceptions and expectations as an artist with disability.
This workshop is open to artists with disability who are looking to reach new audiences.
Artstate is a new four year project by Regional Arts NSW to shine a light on excellence in regional arts practice.
Sydney Festival returns from 6 - 28 January 2018, and a few shows have already launched! One of them, RIOT, will be Auslan interpreted.
American hip-hop artist Sean Forbes is coming to Sydney for a performance and a youth workshop!
Don't miss PACT Salon 2: Skeletons and Self-Portraits, an immersive mini festival of performance, films, live music and installations.
Don't miss the debut of the Sydney Auslan Ensemble at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday 11 June.
Join us to learn about best practice approaches to community inclusion in relation to tourism, employment and assistive technology.
Don’t DIS my ABILITY encourages positive interaction between people with disability and their communities, particularly surrounding their career achievements.
In partnership with Murmuration, The Young Americans will facilitate a week-long Summer School designed for participants with disability.
Don't miss two exciting access opportunities in regional Australia
DirtyFeet presents Out of the Studio, a program supporting choreographers and dancers at the beginning of their careers.
Simple infinity is the world premiere of a bold new work by Urban Theatre Projects.
Join Liz Martin and her superb band for her new EP launch.
Come and get lost in a forest space of memories, projections, fears and dreams.
Octapod presents a free forum on 9 May to bring together the arts and disability communities of Maitland.