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Posted: Friday 7 August, 2020

Something new for your listening pleasure

A digitally animated drawing of a blind Japanese woman walking in an open landscape in close up. She is in side profile, wearing a purple and light blue kimono patterned with orange flowers. The background is shaded in muted browns, and a pale-yellow sun looms in the horizon.

At Access2Arts we are always keeping our ear to the ground listening for the tastiest morsels to delight even the most discerning audiophile. So when we received these hot-picks from our UK friends at VocalEyes we just had to share them. Enjoy immersing yourself in these audio treats. And be...

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: Thursday 19 January, 2017

Describing Audio Description

Describing Audio Description Cover Screen

The 2016 Digital Writers' Festival featured a fantastic session called Describing Audio Description, featuring professional audio describers Will McRostie and Lara Torr talking all things AD. The Digital Writers' Festival (DWF), brought to you by the Emerging Writers' Festival, is an annual celebration and inquiry into writers and writing online....

Posted: Tuesday 10 November, 2015

Access2Arts, Credit Union Christmas Pageant and RSB

Snow flakes swirl inside the Snow Dome - the snowman family in their scarves and hats are loving the cold. Dad, Mum, Master and Miss Snowman’s helpers look ready for Christmas in green and red overalls with big white buttons.

Access2Arts, in partnership with Beyond Bank, the Royal Society for the Blind, and Radio Adelaide, will, for the first time, be live audio describing the 2015 Credit Union Christmas Pageant on Saturday 14 November from 10.00am broadcasting on 101.5 FM. Acknowledged as the traditional start of the festive season, children (of all ages)...