Posted: Wednesday 15 September, 2021

Be a part of our new vision

  The past 18 months has brought us many challenges as a community and sector. The Arts was the first to be hit with long term uncertainty when everything came to a halt and we are still rebuilding. While we have learnt to adapt and continue to be creative we...

Posted: Friday 21 February, 2020

Put your skills to work. Join Access2Arts’ board!

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Access2Arts wants to grow our board. If you’ve got the skills? HR, ICT, Legal or Marketing.  Put your skills to work. Help make the arts accessible   Access2Arts is inviting Expressions of Interest from committed and motivated individuals to join our Board of Management. We want to hear from disabled and...

Posted: Monday 25 July, 2016

Tell me a story….

A women wearing a pink top stands in the foreground on the right side of the photograph. She is holding a white folder under her left arm. In her right hand she holds a pencil touching her chin. Her eyes are downcast looking and she looks beyond the edge of the photograph. In the background which is blurred two men sit at their work desks looking at her.

Stories have an amazing way of allowing us to see things in a different light. Here’s a story I heard this week. Research has shown that the most stigma and discrimination a person living with mental illness will receive is not from their family, friends or even their community. In...

Posted: Wednesday 15 July, 2015

Access2Arts and ANAT calling for applicants to participate in UNFIXED

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS CREATIVE RESEARCH RESIDENCY ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA 26 OCTOBER – 6 NOVEMBER 2015 Access2Arts (AUS) is excited to be partnering with the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT),  Unlimited (UK) and Watershed (UK), in calling for applications from Australian and UK Deaf and disabled artists for Unfixed, a creative research...