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Posted: Tuesday 28 July, 2020

Save the date for Meeting Place 2020!

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Arts Access Australia has announced that Meeting Place 2020 will be held online for the first time on 15-16 September. The forum will encompass a mix of panel discussions, keynote speakers, workshops and artistic showcases centred around the theme of ‘Creating Space’. AAA CEO Matthew Hall said, “This year’s theme provides...

Posted: Monday 27 July, 2020

Arts Access Australia appoints new CEO

A photograph of Matthew Hall, a caucasian male with dark eyes, short grey hair and grey stubble. He wears a black short-sleeved shirt and his eyes crease at the corners as he grins at the camera. The photo appears to be taken outside at night, with a blurred background of white criss-cross fencing and bright lights.

Arts Access Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Hall as its new Chief Executive Officer. Hall has a long history of engagement with the Australian arts sector. He has been Chair of the Brisbane Writer’s Festival and the Queensland Conservatorium within Griffith University, and a Board member of Queerscreen. He also played a...

Posted: Sunday 26 July, 2020

The Beats Crew EP release!

In front of a yellow background, members of the beats crew strike hip hop dance poses. 'Beats Crew EP' is written in handwritten text in the top right hand corner.

Last year, Access2Arts challenged our Beats Crew to push themselves using the skills they have learnt from the Beats Workshops, funded by the City of Unley.  What resulted was an EP of 9 tracks under the guidance of their tutors MC ME and DJ Tr!p.   We are very excited...

Posted: Wednesday 24 June, 2020

Audio Description Launches on Australian Free to Air Television!

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In news very welcomed by Access2Arts, audio description has made it's way to Australian free to air television! Audio described programming launched on the ABC and SBS on June 28, 2020, enabling Australia's blind and vision-impaired communities to enjoy 14 hours of audio described content each week. Audio description provides...