Work with Us
Accessible Arts is the peak arts and disability organisation in NSW. To provide leadership in arts + disability through information, advocacy and the facilitation of excellence in professional arts practice.
The organisation has been in operation for thirty years and is held in high regard by its constituents and stakeholders. In recent years it has developed significant initiatives that have led to greater awareness and inclusion of people with disability in the arts.
The organisation operates with a small team and is based in the Rocks.
Through our core services of arts development, advocacy and information dissemination we:
- Support the professional pathways of artists with disability within contemporary arts practice. We also foster organisations and networks that support that development.
- Advise and train arts and cultural organisations to develop and implement their access strategies in order to activate creative spaces for performers, employees, artists and audience members.
- Contribute to key policy debates impacting the access to creative and cultural opportunities in NSW for artists, arts workers, and audience members.
- Provide information related to opportunities, events, research and professional development through multiple communication platforms and formats.
Our stakeholders are:
People with disability; those that work in the arts and disability sectors; partners; subscribers; financial supporters.
For further information about Accessible Arts click http://www.aarts.net.au/
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Volunteer with Us
Our small and dedicated team of volunteers make an enormous contribution to all that we do.
If you would like to volunteer for Accessible Arts please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a range of opportunities in our organisation to volunteer and exchange skills and knowledge. Volunteers may be recruited to assist with one off events, and for long-term appointments.
Student placements will be considered if they are relevant to the work that we do, and the arts and disability sector.
We strongly encourage people with disability to apply.