10 February 2016
The team at AAV are excited to announce the launch of our brand new website is coming VERY soon! The new Arts Access Victoria website offers artists with disability a more beautiful and functional showcase for their work, provides arts and disability industry workers with more resources to explore access issues and puts news and events front and centre.
9 February 2016
Snap is a new online disability journal that offers an independent voice for writers with disability or mental illness. Contributions of short fiction, creative non-fiction, essays and poetry are now being sought.
1 February 2016
Weave Movement Theatre, a Melbourne-based inclusive dance/physical theatre company, is seeking a part-time Company Manager.
1 January 2016
Arts Access Victoria (AAV) is please to announce our new project, Connecting the Dots, which will explore access to the arts for people living with mental health issues.
23 December 2015
Are you interested in contemporary arts practice? Arts Access Victoria is seeking two experienced Artists and one Support Worker / Coordinator to join the Arts Program team on a casual basis in 2016. Visit the Jobs at AAV page to find out more about the roles available.
21 December 2015
Budding artists are invited to enter their artwork (paintings or drawings) into the Having a Say Art Competition based on this years conference theme: Ready, Set, Connect!
10 December 2015
The Arts Access Victoria offices will close at 5pm on Wednesday 23 December, reopening for business at 9am on Monday 4 January 2016.
AAV invites you to participate in a two exciting workshops about mental health and access to the arts on Tuesday 16 February and Wednesday 2 March 2016.
Artistic director, choreographer and performer, Caroline Bowditch, returns to Australia to present her intimate and enticing show exploring the life, loves and legacy of painter Frida Kahlo.
Do you like making music? Inexperienced and experienced music-makers welcome!
Diversity and Disability - Migrant Resource Centre North West presents free weekly music sessions for people with disability from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Arts Access Victoria and The Melbourne Social Equity Institute at the University of Melbourne invite you to attend a free cultural event to launch the interdisciplinary research conference, Disability, Human Rights and Social Equity.
Over the next few months, Auslan Stage Left has a great line-up of Auslan interpreted events in Melbourne, including: CATS Midsumma Festival, including the Carnival, Lesbian Comedy Gala and the Pride March Good Mourning, Mrs. Brown Picnic at Hanging Rock Hannah Gadsby, Bobby Macumber and CJ Delling at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
In January 2016, Weave Movement Theatre will present a public workshop in movement and dance led by renowned performer and choreographer, Caroline Bowditch.
Arts Access Victoria
222 Bank Street, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 3205
Telephone (+61 3) 9699 8299 - TTY (+61 3) 9699 7636
Facsimile (+61 3) 9699 8868 - Email email@example.com
Arts Access Society Incorporated - registration number A0007628K. ABN 34 192 751 897
This website was made possible through the Sidney Myer Fund 2009 Commemorative Grants Program
Arts Access Victoria is supported by Arts Victoria, Australia Council for the Arts and Department of Human Services