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Posted: Wednesday 8 July, 2015

Launching 2015 mindshare Awards

A plate full of small brown cupcakes each with white frosting and carrying small white candy disks printed with either the logo for Access2Arts or mindshare

Access2Arts have partnered with the mindshare online mental health community website to present the mindshare awards (formerly the Open Your Mind poetry competition). The awards were launched at an event held in the gallery of The Mill Adelaide creative space at an afternoon tea-style event. Melbourne poet, Sandy Jeffs, was...

Posted: Wednesday 5 November, 2014

Locative Literature

A workshop participant sticks a story to a manhole cover in the middle of the road.

In October, Access2Arts hosted Melbourne artist, poet and writer, Matt Blackwood as part of its artist-in residence project aimed at introducing new forms of literary arts practice to Deaf and disabled artists. Locative Literature is about writing, be it poems, prose, quotes, or verse, about a specific location and secreting...

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 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...