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Posted: Thursday 16 July, 2015

Audio Describing A New Music CD

Emma Bennison sits beneath a bright spotlight within an otherwise dark room. She sits at a piano and sings into a microphone.

Guest Blogger: Emma Bennison I will be known to some of you as the Co-CEO of Arts Access Australia, but as as I have said previous blog, I am also a singer/song-writer. My new album, “Fine Line” is making history because I made it to be accessible to people who are blind or Deaf. The...

Posted: Wednesday 8 July, 2015

What is Reasonable and Necessary?

Reasonable ad Necessary logo

Access2Arts have partnered with Arts Access Australia (AAA) to create 'Reasonable and Necessary', a project aimed at encouraging people to think big about their goals and their futures, and providing a fun and creative way for people to share these goals with planning teams at the NDIS. With a history...

Posted: Monday 15 June, 2015

Presenting at a Little CONference

Two images sit side by side. On the left image the torso of a woman sitting in a chair can be seen. Further back from her is a man sitting in a wheelchair with his hands in his lap. The right side photo is a close up of the mans hands as he sits in his wheelchair.

https://youtu.be/itnFznDSC24 Guest Blogger: Matt Shilcock Hosted by Dianne Reid and the Deakin University in Melbourne, May 2015 saw the second annual “Little CONference” for improvisation and performance. South Australian performers Cinzia Schincariol and Matt Shilcock made a bee-line for Melbourne to present their work Scomodo. The CONference saw two day weekend...

Posted: Friday 5 June, 2015

#‎hearingaidsarethenewblack‬

A a side view of a black haired woman's head. A cochlear implant can be seen in her hair and feeds a device sitting behind her ear.

Guest Blogger: Sophie Li The Deaf and hard of hearing communities, along with their supporters, were recently outraged by an advertisement by a Victorian company for running an ad that called hearing aids 'ugly' and pictured a woman with a prawn on her ear. Sophie Li, a deaf woman from Victoria,...