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Posted: Wednesday 12 February, 2014

Fringe Parade on the Air

A photograph of Guest Blogger Lucy Kingston

Guest Blogger: Lucy Kingston I spent the 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival Opening Parade in a dim, cramped hall high above King William Street. The beautiful lights of the passing Parade flooded into our little space as we gazed down on the dazzling array of artists going by. I with a small...

Posted: Monday 16 December, 2013

IDOPWD Celebration

Attending the Access2Arts International Day of People With Disability soiree was a real breath of fresh air – literally. The spectacular rooftop garden venue above the Access2Arts office had beautiful views and a light breeze (and lots of people praying for the rain to hold off!). But, to be perfectly...

Posted: Tuesday 3 December, 2013

An anthem for disabled people?

Ian Drewry sins into a microphone

Today on International Day of People with Disability, Access2Arts’ want to share Spasticus Autisticus by Ian Dury as an informal anthem for the day. “The term ‘anthem’ denotes a song in which the words affirm a collective identity, usually expressing attachment to a nation, institution, or cause,” says Gaelle Mellis,...