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Icon of two friendsHello. We are Access2Arts. We want everyone to enjoy the arts.


Icon of a person painting a pictureIf you want to try arts activities,


Icon of a danceror want to be a professional artist


Icon of people viewing a painting in an art gallery or like going to see arts,


Icon of a webpage Have a look at our website to find out more about the arts.


Icon of a man working on a computerIf you want to talk to us


Use the contact form, email us at info@access2arts.org.au or

Icon of an old looking phone ringingIf you live in South Australia give us a call on 8463 1689


If you live somewhere else in Australia give us a call on 08 8463 1689


Icon of the earthIf you live another country give us a call on +61 (0)8 8463 1689


The time is different all around the world.When you are awake we might be sleeping! You will need to check the best time to phone us!

Enjoy exploring our website!

Elizabeth Williamson

Elizabeth Williamson is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and Mediator, with over 30 years experience in consulting, training and counselling programs with a diverse range of organisations. She has worked with EAP, legal firms, major banks, government agencies, SME and NFPs to resolve complex workplace conflicts and support positive relationships. A vibrant, informative speaker, Elizabeth motivates audiences to confidently manage difficult conversations and difficult people. Elizabeth has developed the Conflict Confidence Model to help people deal with demanding people, tough times, and to think more creatively about coping with conflict. She is Trustee of Awesome Adelaide, and an Alumni of the Governors Leadership Program.

Elizabeth writes and speaks regularly about relationship skills at work and personal life, and about thinking outside of the square. Elizabeth identifies as a disabled person with her lived-experience informing her advocacy for beautiful design and accessible appliances. She has performed in several community choirs, including Tutti Ensemble, The Big Sing and currently sings in a community gospel choir.