Posted: Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Colin Hambrook

A black and white portrait of a man wearing glasses.

Writer Colin is founding editor of Disability Arts Online. He has worked as a journalist, artist and poet within the disability arts sector in the UK since the early ’90s, when he was on the steering committee for Survivors’ Poetry. In 1995,when the Survivors’ Poetry Movement was at its height,...

Posted: Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Gaele Sobott

A photograph of Gaele Sobott, a blond haired woman wearing dark-rimmed glasses in modern style.

Writer Gaele Sobott is an independent producer and curator with national and international experience in multi-art forms. Through her cultural leadership Gaele has achieved significant standing in the Deaf and disabled arts sector. She is a writer who has published a range of acclaimed works including Colour Me Blue and the biography, My Longest...

Posted: Monday, 31 July 2017

Gayle Kennedy

Black and white headshot of gale Kennedy, wearing a hat with a turned a brim , smiling with her lips closed

Writer Gayle Kennedy is a member of the Wongaiibon clan of  South West NSW.  She was Indigenous Issues Editor/Writer for Streetwize Comics from 1995-1998. In 2005 her book of poetry ‘Koori Girl Goes Shoppin’ was shortlisted for the David Unaipon Award.  Gayle went on to win the award in 2006...

Posted: Wednesday, 15 February 2017

It’s important for me to make work that I want audiences to see rather than making work that audiences want to see – an interview with Dan Daw

Dan Daw is an Australian-born artist, currently based in the UK. He collaborates with a growing network of companies and artists to develop new dance work for UK and international audiences. Among his most recent works are Beast and On One Condition. Beast is a 2015 Greenwich Dance and Trinity...