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Posted: Sunday 21 May, 2017

The Bamboozle Approach (UK) Professional Development Workshop

In the centre of the photograph we see a young girl with her back to us. She has long plaits, her head is tilted, her arms are outstretched and she is holding hands with two women. They are both kneeling to the girls height. They are wearing scarves around their heads, short sleeve shirts and overalls.

The Arts Centre Melbourne (VIC) presents Bamboozle Theatre Company’s The Bamboozle Approach Professional Development Workshop. The Bamboozle Approach presents internationally acclaimed Bamboozle Theatre Company’s (UK) exceptional approach to making theatre specifically for children and young people with p...

Posted: Monday 15 May, 2017

Undercover Festival Call Out for Festival Director

The background is orange with a head and shoulders image of a performer wearing a unicorn mask. In white text in the middle of the image is written Undercover Artist Festival

Access Arts is recruiting for a Festival Director who experiences disability to curate, plan and deliver within budget an imaginative and innovative disability arts festival at Queensland Theatre, Brisbane, on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 October 2017. This post is open to practitioners who experience disability A...

Posted: Monday 8 May, 2017

Applications for Carclew Fellowships NOW OPEN

Text in script reads "A life changing launch pad for early career artists" to the right an arm and hand holding a paint brush and the script continues "Carclew Fellowships Applications close 15 July

Applications for professional development opportunities to be pursued in 2018 are now open for Carclew’s career development Fellowship program. To assist with the application process, an information session run by Carclew’s Funding Program Coordinator Dale Durie will be held at Carclew on Tuesday 9 ...

Posted: Thursday 4 May, 2017

The Dawn Slade-Faull Award

The Dawn Slade-Faull Award (logo) written in dark grey on a pale grey background. Dawn Slade-Faull is colour blocked in blue

The Award encourages South Australians artists with disability who show promise, providing up to $1,000 for professional development. The Dawn Slade-Faull Award commemorates the life of Dawn Slade-Faull, an Adelaide artist and a great advocate for people with disability. Artists and craftspeople from a diverse ...

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