In-Conversation: Bridie McKim + Roz Hammond

Two of the stars of inclusive ABC TV drama "The Heights" will discuss the ups and downs of performance, representation and disability during this FREE online Q&A event.

What Is Access In Dance?

Join us for a free public forum on accessible dance education, training and practice.

Working With First Nations Artists With Disability Workshop

Improve how you and your organisation works with artists with disability from First Nations communities.

17 June
Arts, Disability & Technology | ATAG Online 17 June

Join us for this FREE online panel about how artists with disability and cultural institutions are embracing digital technologies.

Online Workshops Now Available

We’re now offering an online format of our popular Disability Awareness & Equity Training workshop.

Showcasing Access To the Arts | ATAG Hunter 2 Dec

Find out how arts organisations in the Hunter region are being more inclusive of people with disability or who are Deaf.

Digital Accessibility | ATAG Canberra 13 Nov

Make your digital assets and communication more accessible for people with disability in relation to arts, culture and events.

12 November
Making the Numbers Count | ATAG Sydney 12 Nov

Find out how to use data and digital insights to be more inclusive of people with disability in relation to arts, culture and events.

Reel Representation | ATAG Sydney Oct 15

Find out how to be more inclusive of people with disability in the development and production of film, TV and advertising content.

17 July
ATAG Newcastle 17 July

Join us for a morning of interesting discussion around accessibility to festivals, events and functions in the Newcastle, Lower and Upper Hunter arts scene.

July Event: In Conversation with Daniel Monks

This July join actor and film maker Daniel Monks and explore his creative practice.

28 May Hickson Road Arts Group

This month, visual artist Keith Rutherford will be speaking to us about his artistic practice and career highlights.

March Event: In Conversation with artist Duncan Meerding

This March join designer Duncan Meerding and explore his creative practice.

Get On Board Workshop

Get the knowledge and skills you need to take your arts leadership ambitions to the next level.

22 July
Live-Streaming Accessible Events | ATAG Online 22 July

Join us for this FREE online panel about streaming fully accessible live online events using multiple content sources.

Touring Lab

Learn how to get your show on the road!

Staying Accessible In A Rapidly Changing World | ATAG 19 May

Join us for this FREE online panel about improving access to online content and services for people with disability during COVID and post-COVID.

Digital Accessibility | ATAG Sydney 3 March

Make your digital assets and communication more accessible for people with disability in relation to arts, culture and events.

2019 IDPWD Film Festival

This fabulous and totally FREE event will put a focus on arts & disability for this year's International Day of People With Disability.

Copyright 101 For Artists Workshop

We're delivering this FREE workshop in partnership with Arts Law to help artists understand copyright

Unpacking Access To the Arts | ATAG Lismore 22 Oct

Find out how to be more inclusive of people with disability in relation to arts, culture and events.

Accessible Cultural Tourism | ATAG Canberra 20 Sep

Build audiences for your programs and events by making them more accessible for tourists and travellers with disability.

10 July
ATAG Canberra 10 July 2019

Our 2nd Accessing The Arts Group for Canberra will be addressing the topic of Disability Inclusion Action Plans

ATAG – Accessing the Arts Group

ATAGs are regular FREE meetups and networking events for workers in creative and cultural industries in NSW and the ACT who want to learn more about including people with disability in their professional practice. Our ATAG program is a key part of our industry education activities

After Technology

UTS Gallery is offering audio described tours of each show in their exhibition program, starting on Thursday 7 March at 1 pm with "After Technology".