accessible arts

Delineate 2014 Funding Closing 30 June 2014

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Callan Purcell

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Phone: 
0422169947

Young local director presenting AFTERSHOCKS by Paul Brown in association with DAPA Theatre. 

Wearable Narratives exhibition

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When: 
20 March 2014
Repeats every week on Thursday until Thu Mar 20 2014 .
Cost: 
free fashion parade

Come to the opening , watch kerr's wearable art being parade, meet Kerr, from Mississippi and have some nibbles and drink. Hope to see you there

WORKSHOP: General Disability Awareness training for artists

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When: 
7 November 2013
Cost: 
Free

Disability Awareness Training (Accessible Arts, Amanda Tink)

FREE. Strictly limited places available (15 only)

Creative Access Network meeting 16 August

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When: 
16 August 2013
Cost: 
Free

CREATIVE ACCESS NETWORK - Connecting arts and disability in the Hunter region.

Please come along and contribute to the Creative Access Network.  Confirmed speakers include representatives from Disability Care  Australia and Ability Links NSW - Hunter operator St Vincent de Paul  Society. There will also be a group discussion about inclusive practice.

Arts and the Individual | A forum to explore how the NDIS can assist artists with disability

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When: 
28 February 2013
Cost: 
Free
Arts and the Individual
 
Accessible Arts, in partnership with the Octapod Association and the City of Newcastle present a forum to explore how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can assist artists with disability.
 
Located at the NDIS launch site of the Hunter region, this

Trip the Light Fantastic exhibition at Greenway Gallery

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Cost: 
Free

Judy Henry’s travels to Lake Eyre and the dry parts of Australia have left a profound imprint on her senses. She has captured the unique richness of the land through vibrant, layered, flowing colours and subtle textured papers on canvas.

RESOURCE: Accessible Arts relaunch Accessing the Arts resources

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Accessible Arts have relaunched their Accessing the Arts resources. Available for download from their website: http://www.aarts.net.au/resources/accessing-the-arts/

Covering topics such as:

- Disability awareness

- Publications Access Audit

- Venue Access Audit

The Language of Disability

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Email: 
info@artsaccessaustralia.org
Phone: 
(03) 8640 6014

The language of disability changes quickly and different terms are used within and outside of Australia. It can be political, it can be very personal and can sometimes be quite confusing.

But don’t panic! If you have good intentions and treat everyone with respect, you’ll get by.

Download the attached tips to help you on your way…
 

Other attachments: 

Hunter Arts Access Network

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