Posted: Wednesday 4 June, 2014

Small and Persistent – The Mosquito Effect

Caroline Bowdich

During the decibel Performing Arts Showcase held in Manchester, UK 13-16 September Australian-born and Glasgow-based performance artist Caroline Bowdich asked 'What are the similarities between a mosquito and a Dance Agent for Change?' Access2Arts felt her presentation celebrated the small and persistent agitator. Hear Caroline's buzz surrounding a unique project that...

Posted: Wednesday 9 April, 2014

Say something with Twitter

Photo subjects from left to right - Joanne Chua, Heath Britton, David Jobling, Jude Aqualina, Katie Keys, John Wolanski

Guest Blogger: David Paul Jobling Who knew that Access2Arts and one of the fastest growing social media platforms on the planet have so much in common? Twitter’s mission is to give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers. Access2Arts is committed to inclusion and...

Posted: Thursday 3 April, 2014

Contagion – connections

A photograph of Ashowka Chowta and Ad'm Martin laughing to camera at Contagion.

On a warm evening on the first day of April Access2Arts threw open the doors of The Mill for the inaugural Contagion, our quarterly gathering and networking event for Deaf and disabled artists, art workers and their allies – and it was no joke. After a short welcome by Access2Arts...

Posted: Thursday 29 August, 2013

Access2Arts’ Gaelle Mellis wins Creative Partnerships Award

Gaelle Mellis and another woman stand and display their award.

We are delighted to congratulate Access2Arts'  Gaelle Mellis on winning the Creative Partnerships Australia Arts Access Award for SA/NT for her 2012 production with Vitalstatistix of Take up thy bed and walk. These awards (previously the AbaF Awards) celebrate and honour successful and innovative relationships between arts, business and donors....