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Posted: Wednesday 18 November, 2020

Position Vacant: CEO

Are you passionate about making the Arts sector more accessible for all? Do you love strategy, spreadsheets and sector development? Access2Arts is looking for a dynamic individual to lead the organisation in an exciting new phase for the company.    If this sounds like you, apply now!   Access2Arts is...

Posted: Wednesday 9 September, 2020

A flamboyant response to social-distancing!

Four pink crocheted flamingos appear againt a blue and green background suggesting a waterhole.

flamboyance (/flamˈbɔɪəns/) noun: the tendency to attract attention because of one's exuberance, confidence, and stylishness. the quality of being bright, colourful, and very noticeable. a group of flamingos. The COVID19 crisis has shaken many in our communities, particularly its Deaf and disabled members. People are feeling alone but fearful of...

Posted: Friday 4 September, 2020

Program Launch: Mental Health Week 2020!

In an orange circle, ‘Mental Health Week’ is written in white block text. Below this circle is the Mental Health Week date – 10-17 October 2020. To the right, a smaller blue circle reads ‘every person, every community.’ To the right these circles in an image of a person smiling and interacting with a dog. They hold the dog’s paw in their hands.

Our friends at the Mental Health Coalition of South Australia (MHCSA) have launched their program for Mental Health Week 2020! This year, Mental Health Week will be taking place from October 10 to 17 2020.  Some of the events taking place this Mental Health week include: Artists In Conversation: Live...

Posted: Friday 28 August, 2020

Missed the Thank Forum for Disabled Writers? Listen to this!

Thank Forum for Disabled Writers Moderator and Panellists (L to R) Jessica Alice, Kate Larsen, Carly Findlay and Gaele Sobott.

Developing a career as a writer can be hard. As part of Access2Arts' Thank driting development project for emerging disabled writer, we hosted the 'Thank Forum for Disabled Writers' where four writers shared their thoughts on developing as a disabled writer. Now, Access2Arts has turned their presentations into four podcasts...