Disability Arts News

10 February 2016

New website coming soon!

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.

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9 February 2016

Snap journal seeking submissions

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.

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1 February 2016

Job: Weave Movement Theatre Company Manager

Weave Movement Theatre, a Melbourne-based inclusive dance/physical theatre company, is seeking a part-time Company Manager.

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1 January 2016

Connecting the Dots: arts and mental health

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.

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23 December 2015

AAV is recruiting

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.

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21 December 2015

Having a Say art competition

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!

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10 December 2015

AAV holiday office closure

The Arts Access Victoria offices will close at 5pm on Wednesday 23 December, reopening for business at 9am on Monday 4 January 2016.

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10 December 2015

Matthew Clarke: The wallabies’ garden party

The Art Gallery of Ballarat is holding an exhibition of Matthew Clarke’s latest works, The Wallabies’ Garden Party.

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10 December 2015

Claire Cunningham at Perth Festival

Scottish choreographer and dancer Claire Cunningham, who has used crutches since the age of 14 due to osteoporosis, will bring two works to the Perth Festival as its 2016 Artist in Residence.

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10 December 2015

Catalyst: what we know so far…

After months of campaigning, George Brandis’ National Program for Excellence in the Arts (NPEA) has been replaced by a new program, Catalyst… but what does that really mean for the arts and artists?

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