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Audio Description

Access2Arts delivers professional Audio Description services for live arts, cultural events, visual arts and museums.

A young man sits in a dark room. He leans forward with his elbows on his knees. He has his eyes closed as he listens to something through large headphones. The headphones are a bright pink colour.

Audio description makes the visual verbal; enhancing live performance, film and visual art for people who are Blind or vision impaired. Through a small radio receiver the patron receives a spoken description of visual elements by a trained audio describer.

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The latest from the Blog

A yellow post-it note is stuck to a concrete wall. The writing on the not says "This is where Julian's thumb hovered between dial and delete over the number of a long dead friend. His finger swiped the phone to sleep instead. #stickystories". In the distance a crowd of people walk across a paved courtyard, in font of a modern building.

Locating Literature – Investigating Place

Access2Arts' October Artist-in-Residence Matt Blackwood introduces Locative Literature, creating 'factional' accounts of a place to publish on Post-it notes, Scrabble tiles or more. Read more

A photograph of Matt Shilcock

Matt’s international development

Contemporary dancer, martial arts practitioner and performer Matt Shilcock welcomes international dancer and choreographer Vangelis Legakis to Adelaide to work on his dance development as part of his Australia Council funded project. Read more

Four people sitting in a row. From left to right they are; Simon Eszeky, wearing a black suit and tie. playing an electric guitar, Michelle Ryan in a thick sleeping bag with only her face showing, and Vincent Crowley and Emma Bathgate lovingly embracing with Vincent about to kiss Emma. The photographer is by Rachel Roberts

‘Intimacy’ on the air

Dancer (and Artistic Director of Restless Dance Theatre) Michelle Ryan spoke to Radio Nationals 'The Body Sphere' about exploring vulnerability and a very different kind of strength. 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

The Suit

The Suit

Kryptonite

Kryptonite

Othello

Othello

 

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Auslan Interpreted/Captioned Shows

My Story: Julia Gillard in Conversation

My Story: Julia Gillard in Conversation

The Suit

The Suit

Othello

Othello

 

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