Disability Arts News
5 March 2015
In March and April 2015, the National Gallery of Victoria will be offering free Auslan and audio describing tours of their general collection.
4 March 2015
AAV Arts Development Officer Melissa Banks was awarded a Kidney Health Australia Operation Angel Award for her amazing work with the Art in Dialysis program at Frankston Hospital.
2 February 2015
AAV is proud to partner with performance artist and choreographer Caroline Bowditch to present a series of workshops for artists and arts professionals.
21 January 2015
Australian Theatre of the Deaf (ATOD) will deliver an arts program at the Vicdeaf Gaslight Festival, a unique festival for Deaf and hard of hearing people in Wodonga on 7 – 8 March 2015.
23 December 2014
The Arts Access Victoria offices will close at 4pm on Wednesday 24 December 2014 (Christmas Eve), reopening for business at 9am on Monday 5 January 2015.
15 December 2014
Join us to rejoice in the life, achievements and legacy of the fabulously dishonourable comedian, journalist and disability activist Stella Young.
8 December 2014
Comedian, journalist, disability advocate and beloved member of the Arts Access Victoria family, Stella Young passed away on Sunday 7 December 2014 at the age of 32. Here is our tribute to the one and only Stella.
5 November 2014
In late October, three Melbourne artists participated in Sync Leadership training – an intensive five-day residency training program led by Jo Verrent, a UK-based artist, producer and consultant with disability who specialises in the development of diversity and access.
24 September 2014
Arts Access Victoria welcomes Pam Marshall to its industry development team. Our industry development work supports arts and cultural organisations to improve access to the arts for people with disability, and increase their capacity to plan for disability inclusion.