Making art and disability work

What is Reasonable and Necessary in your life?

A yellow square, reminiscent of a Post-it Note, with the words 'Reannonable and Necessary' written on it in black letters.

Access2Arts, in partnership with Arts Access Australia (AAA) is encouraging people to think big about their goals and their futures, and providing a fun and creative way for people to share these goals with the creation of ‘Reasonable and Necessary’. Read more

Go to the project website.

30 x 30 - Making 30 experiences accessible to 30 people

30 x 30 is an exciting new project, which aims to provide 30 disabled people with the opportunity to access a new event, activity or experience.

Discover arts, culture, recreation, leisure and sport through the creative removal of barriers. 30 X 30 will open doors and give you unique opportunities to experience the world in a way you have not before. It’s always fun to do something new, but too often you can’t experience things the same way as other people do because there is no access!

Be a part of 30 x 30

Unfixed Dialogues – Opportunities for Artists and Writers

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Access2Arts is seeking expressions of interest from Deaf and disabled writers, artists and artsworkers to be a part of Unfixed Dialogues.

Concurrent to the Unfixed residency, presented by Access2Arts (AUS) in partnership with the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) (AUS), Unlimited (UK) and Watershed (UK), participants in Unfixed Dialouges will be trained and mentored to develop interviewing skills and techniques, working with arts journalist, critic and researcher Jane Howard.

The artists involved in Unfixed Dialogues will then conduct a series of one-on-one interviews with the 10 Unfixed residency artists, which will then be published on the Access2Arts website. Read More


Deaf Arts Network South Australia

Deaf Arts Network South Australia (DANSA) aims to support, promote and develop arts opportunities for Deaf people and provide professional development and networking opportunities for Deaf artists based in SA. DANSA also supports the arts sector by providing information on Deaf Awareness, advocate for more Auslan interpreted arts events and can assist by promotion to the Deaf community.

Go to DANSA Facebook page

Auslan Interpreting/Captioning


Learn more about what happens during a sign language interpreted or captioned event and how incorporating these services as part of your event can enhance the experience for everyone and make it inclusive for the Deaf community.

Click here for more information

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Arts Access Australia Meeting Place event postponed to early-2016

For everyone looking forward to taking part in Arts Access Australia’s Meeting Place in Adelaide Read more

AA photograph of Adelaide identity Peter Goers speaking to a crowded gallery-space at the opening of the recent exhibition of CBS clients art work at Eastwood Community Centre SALA Exhibition

Community Bridging Services share the love of poetry

The mindshare poetry awards gained a new supporter with local not-for-profit organisation Community Bridging Services (CBS) Inc. now contributing to the poetry program. Read more

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