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International Day of People with Disability 2014

To celebrate International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD), Access2Arts partnered with the Adelaide City Council to devise and produce a series of creative responses to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRP) itself.

Ratified by Australia on 17 July 2008, the purpose of the convention is to promote, protect and ensure the full and equal enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all people with disability, and to promote respect for their inherent dignity.

IDPwD is a United Nations sanctioned day that aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate the achievements and contributions of people with disability.

IDPwD is held on 3 December each year and in 2014 Access2Arts and Adelaide City Council co-ordinate an innovative rights base awareness raising campaign to celebrate the day inviting deaf and disabled people to explore key articles from the UN convention.

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A woman with white hair tied behind her head (left) and a man with short brown hair face the viewer. The woman is dressed in a black shirt with frills. She holds a manual egg beater. The man is dressed in a white shirt and is holding a hammer. They stand side by side against a white background.

The Silent Man

Bryony Kimmings, one of the performers in the Adelaide Fringe show Fake it till you Make it blogs about her partner’s depression, how they deal with it as a couple and how they’re speaking out about it to break down stigma. Read more

A bare shouldered man and wiman lay on a bed of rose petals.

This Beauty and the Beast has nothing to do with Disney!

The Adelaide Festival of Arts is proud to be considered a national leader in arts accessibility. This year it is introducing a new access initiative: a relaxed performance during the season of theatre show Beauty and the Beast, but be warned, this is definitely noting like Disney! Read more

Three dancers dressed in white hold different poses amidst a cluster for cruches. One young woman is kneeling facing the camera holding two crouches across her body.

ArtsSA’s Richard Llewellyn Arts and Disability Grants – Applications close March 30

Applications to the 2015 round of Arts SA’s Richard Llewellyn Arts and Disability program close 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.

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Auslan Interpreting/Captioning

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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.

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Audio Described Shows

Beckett Triptych

Beckett Triptych

Blinc

Blinc

Jack and the Beanstalk

Jack and the Beanstalk

 

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Auslan Interpreted/Captioned Shows

Adelaide Writers Week

Adelaide Writers Week

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

 

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