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Pop-up Portrait Studio

A 6-year old boy holds a placard with the words "children with disability have access to play" written on it.

Access2Arts, in partnership with the Adelaide City Council, set up a Pop-up Portraiture Studio in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall on Thursday 16 October 2014. We invited both people with disability and  friends to be part of a photographic series of images to celebrate the 2014 International Day of People with Disability.

Participants of  all ages and many cultures took part, having their photograph taken while holding placards bearing text that related to the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

The Rundle Mall Pop-up Studio gave opportunity for  members of the Adelaide community to share statements from the UN convention that is important to them.

CLICK HERE for more information on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Access2Arts would like to thank Sarah Cleggett, David Jobling, Sam Oster, Meghann Wilson, Lawrence Leon Woods and all the community members who took part in the Pop-up studio. Audio description by Lara Torr.