26 February 2013
The IAN (Inclusive Arts Network) believes that the artistic aspirations and achievements of people with disability are an important and valued part of our community.
The Purpose of this Network is to:
Provide a listing of available ‘arts and cultural’ based programs for people with disability and their supporters. (via website)
Enable artists to promote their work, by having a presence online that can be used to direct audience to their work and themselves, building a greater potential for connection and participation in community and employment. (via website)
Encourage and nurture a greater communication between disability and art’s providers. Ensuring all information about arts and cultural activity in our region is available in one location. (via website)
25 February 2013
Life of Pi – Open Captions! Free event! Bring your family and friends!
16032013 - 17032013
Playful and surreal, PRODUCE witnesses growth, change and moments of unexpected generosity in a sensory feast.
17-03-2013 - 17-03-2013
A day of First Nations and culturally diverse art, music, dance, food and more! This event is part of Multicultural Arts Victoria and Warrior Spirit Art Collective Black Harmony 10 Year Celebration
05-03-2013 - 24-05-2013
Stunning photographic exhibition by James Henry
19-03-2013 - 19-03-2013
Power Letters Project Showing.
This event is part of Multicultural Arts Victoria and Warrior Spirit Art Collective Black Harmony 10 Year Celebration.
20 February 2013
Friday 22 February saw the opening of ‘Way Out West’ visual arts exhibition at the Hunt Club Community Arts Centre, presented by Arts Access Victoria and Brimbank City Council, celebrating 10 years of Arts Access Victoria’s arts program for people with a disability.
08-02-2013 - 23-03-2013
Witty, fascinating and heartbreaking – this astonishing two-hander has US and UK critics sprinkling superlatives like stardust. Constellations premieres in Australia direct from the West End starring Alison Bell and Leon Ford, directed by Leticia Cáceres in her hotly anticipated mainstage debut as MTC Associate Director.
12 February 2013
Ross Onley-Zerkell interviews Medina Sumnovic about her experiences and about the Australian Theatre of the Deaf.