Visual artists and filmmakers with disability are being invited to apply for a new initiative that seeks to create and distribute ‘art of the moving image’ or video art.
Today we acknowledge, honour and celebrate people with disability.
A new professional development program for women with disability.
Over 35 leading figures from Australia's arts, culture, disability and inclusion sectors to take part.
Meet the six artists selected for the 2019 Accessible Arts and Bundanon Trust Artist-in-Residence Program.
Take part in the Arts Activated 2019 Conference and help fast track the process of making the arts in Australia more accessible for people with disability or who are Deaf.
Applications now open!
There's lots to choose from!
18 to 28 October at Carriageworks
Young creatives 12 to 24 years
For Deaf or hard of hearing women
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Survey is live until 12 August
Have your say this July and August!
18 July at MCA Australia and AG NSW
Create NSW have announced the filmmakers sharing a $90k Screenability Filmmakers Fund
This week our CEO Morwenna Collett is presenting at the Kennedy Center's LEAD conference in Austin.
Sydney Festival Disability Programming Initiative gives production pathway to work by artists with disability
10 women with disability from NSW have been selected to take part in a new Accessible Arts professional development program.
200 DELEGATES & 70 SPEAKERS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN TODAY
Accessible Arts is currently seeking applications from Canberra residents to join the AARTS ACT Advisory Panel
A great way to get fit and have fun!
Until 3 December
At Riverside Theatres 9 to 13 October
Sunday 30 September in Newcastle
Please make contact as soon as possible
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Last day will be 21 August
The action begins 14 June!
How do theatre makers, visual artists and dancers with disability get taken seriously as artists?
750 singers from around Australasia were joined by 17 members of the newly formed Sydney Auslan Ensemble (SAE) for a thrilling performance on 11th June.