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Posted: Monday 25 May, 2020

Art Gallery of South Australia launches an Accessible Guide

Two females stand in front of A break away! by Tom Roberts at the Art Gallery of South Australia. One female wears a pair of headphones whilst the other watches Auslan Interpretation on a tablet device.

The Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) has launched an AccessibleGuide, developed for Deaf, hard of hearing, blind and vision-impaired audiences. The Accessible  Guide gives these audiences the opportunity to watch Auslan videos, read transcripts and listen to Audio Descriptions of works of art. The Guide has commentaries on thirteen...

Posted: Tuesday 7 April, 2020

Audio Description at Home

A young man wearing headphones while sitting with his eyes closed.

The Access2Arts team has gathered a variety of  Audio Described work from across the globe for you to enjoy online. This is a Social Distancing friendly way to keep you immersed in the magic of the arts whilst we live life a little differently over the next little while. Enjoy...

Posted: Monday 16 March, 2020

Access2Arts’ Coronavirus (COVID-19) response: Office Closure

multiple stick figure people in different colours.

Over the past weeks, we have all watched as the number of cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has increased around the world.  As a disability-led organisation (i.e. a majority of our staff and board identify as disabled people) and one that supports Deaf and disabled people to be part of our...