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One of our latest Access2Arts projects, the ‘Making **it Happen’ Producer Podcasts, has seen us interviewing some fantastic South Australian disability arts producers about their experiences to gain a better understanding of what the industry currently looks like.
You can learn more about our ‘Making **it Happen’ Producer Podcasts project on our projects page here, alongside other producers we have interviewed.
In this episode, South Australian disabled music producer Tyson Hopprich (a.k.a DJ TR!P) speaks with South Australian producer, Ruth Weldon. Ruth (she/her) is a highly skilled and experienced arts administrator and producer, living and working on Kaurna Country. Ruth works at Carclew as Manager, Early Careers program, and has almost 20 years’ experience in the arts, working primarily on festivals and in youth arts.
She is studying part-time doing an MFA (Cultural Leadership) at NIDA and is a freelance audio describer working with Access2Arts. From her beginnings travelling the world working on festivals, she has had a range of experiences across ticketing, administration, marketing, programming, and producing. Her area of expertise is youth arts, working extensively with early career artists and producers. Ruth is immensely passionate about making arts accessible for all and helping to foster the next generation of arts workers and makers.
You can listen to Ruth’s interview on Access2Art’s ‘Make **it Happen’ Producer Podcast here: