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Posted: Wednesday 15 October, 2014

SASVI student’s review of 13-storey treehouse

A child's drawing on orange paper depicting two figures running under the watch of a giant red eye.

In July students from South Australian School for Vision Impaired attended a performance of The 13-storey Treehouse, an adaptation of Andy Griffiths’ and Terry Denton’s best-selling book that tells the story of two boys and their adventures in their 13-storey treehouse. The boys, their friends and their amazing treehouse, including a...

Posted: Wednesday 15 October, 2014

SONS & mothers – more than a ‘making of’ documentary

Promotional image for Sons and Mothers the documentary.

Guest Blogger: Louise Pascale Going to the theatre is such a joy. There is something electric about actors being live, flying by the seat of their pants and a whole crew behind them pulling it all together. All the while we in the audience watch magic appear in front of...

Posted: Thursday 31 July, 2014

Armature#2 Inside Out

One of the Armature Portrait Paste-ups is unfurled

We are artists who face barriers. Deaf and disabled people contribute a richness and diversity to the arts and cultural sector. We want to increase cultural participation of Deaf and disabled people by building capacity for arts engagement through innovative models of familiarisation with arts, arts participation, arts making and the...

Posted: Wednesday 25 June, 2014

Leadership and diversity – Challenging Assumptions

A photograph of Jo Verrent delivering a presentation.

Guest Blogger: Mowenna Collett In Australia there are often discussion about the lack of diversity in leadership positions across the country. There are several groups that are generally underrepresented and solutions often turn to setting targets or quotas to increase under-represented groups. One such group that would benefit from being prioritised, not to...