Disability Arts News

24 September 2014

Resource bank gets makeover

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.

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24 September 2014

Victorian recipients of Sync Leadership Training

The Australia Council has announced Victorian producer and director Janice Florence and associate director Sophie Sheriff as successful recipients of its Sync Leadership Training program for leaders with disability.

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23 September 2014

Melbourne Fringe Festival – Access All Areas

Arts Access Victoria has partnered with Melbourne Fringe to imagine what a vibrant, truly accessible, wholly inclusive Festival might look like – and to put in place the plans to make this aspiration a reality.

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23 September 2014

Art, Sport, Health and Recreation collide

Arts Access Victoria in partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne presented a hugely successful professional development program where cultural attitudes about disability awareness and inclusion were explored in the context of arts, health, sport and recreation, and education.

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11 September 2014

$4 million boost for aids and equipment

An additional 2,000 people with a disability will receive immediate support to purchase aids and equipment as a result of a $4 million funding boost from the Victorian Coalition Government.

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11 September 2014

My Place in Dandenong

Come and join Nebula: My Place in Dandenong for two weeks of art making!

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27 August 2014

Artstop SRS Studios awarded Moreland City Council’s Community Grant 2014-15

The grant will enable AAV to host an Artstop SRS Studio Open Day, in partnership with The Olive Way Drop-In Centre, Brunswick Uniting Church and the Moreland Inclusive Arts Hub.

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26 August 2014

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26 August 2014

Lesley Hall Arts & Disability Scholarship

The Lesley Hall Arts and Disability Scholarship is annual scholarship offered by Arts Access Victoria (AAV) which recognises the power of the arts to influence social change. It honours the life and activism of the late Lesley Hall, a tireless advocate for the human rights of people with a disability.

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21 August 2014

Melbourne’s blueprint for a creative city

Arts Access Victoria congratulates the City of Melbourne on its bold blueprint for the arts, and welcomes the opportunity to support the City of Melbourne Art Strategy 2014-17 that will connect creatively with artists with disability and create access to the arts for everybody.

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