Selfies of Us is a collective series of ‘wire selfies’ and ‘map silhouettes’ created by artists from Arts Access Victoria’s Seasonal Studios, in response to the theme self in place and space.
Access tours at the NGV—Hermitage: The Legacy of Catherine the Great
Outside The Box is 10 glorious days of accessible art in and on Nebula at Melbourne’s City Square, as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
After a decade of delighting, challenging and moving audiences it’s time to review The Other Film Festival. Join us on 15 September for a consultation and have your say in the future of this iconic event.
Join us for ARTSTARTER: workshops for artists with disability at Hawthorn Arts Centre from 22 September—17 November.
Get Out!, Arts Access Victoria’s disability arts ensemble, will rove the streets of Frankston in August performing The Butterfly Surgeons as part of the Frankston Anywhere Festival.
After two years of community workshops, in which hundreds of portraits have been completed, Arts Access Victoria is happy to announce that the MY PLACE exhibition will open soon!
Generously supported by Gandel Philanthropy, Arts Access Victoria has taken MY PLACE to 13 residencies across Victoria from Horsham to Wonthaggi. Hundreds of portraits have been produced, generating a map of Victorian people as they see themselves in their own location.
Due to the vast numbers of portraits produced we are unable to display all the works but have endeavoured to show as many as possible.
Please not that although the opening event will have an accessible toilet, the nearest accessible toilet for the duration of the exhibition Is at the DFO South Wharf shopping complex.
When: Opening at 11am on 17 July, running until 29 July 2015.
Venue: 100th Gallery
Location: 200 Normanby Road South Melbourne
Click here to download the MY PLACE exhibition flyer (jpeg)
Arts Access Victoria and Multicultural Arts Victoria invite you to a consultation for the diversity and disability arts sectors about Victoria’s first creative industries strategy on Wednesday 8 July 2015.
Presented in Partnership with AAV, this Fringe Forum will provide a vital insight for artists and producers into the accessibility of their work and the barriers encountered by culturally and linguistically diverse artists and audiences, and artists and audiences with disabilities.
Are you a change maker interested in providing great access and opening doors to new and diverse audiences? Do you crave artistic invention? Join us on Wednesday 15 July and open your eyes to new ways of experiencing, planning and working with people with disability.
Dopa-kinesia, created with the assistance of support artist/curator Kim Anderson, is artist Pezaloom’s series of experimental self-portraits intended to challenge the many myths and misconceptions surrounding Parkinson’s Disease. Showing at No Vacancy Gallery from 15 June–5 July 2015.