AAV invites you to participate in a two exciting workshops about mental health and access to the arts on Tuesday 16 February and Wednesday 2 March 2016.
Artistic director, choreographer and performer, Caroline Bowditch, returns to Australia to present her intimate and enticing show exploring the life, loves and legacy of painter Frida Kahlo.
Do you like making music? Inexperienced and experienced music-makers welcome!
Diversity and Disability – Migrant Resource Centre North West presents free weekly music sessions for people with disability from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Arts Access Victoria and The Melbourne Social Equity Institute at the University of Melbourne invite you to attend a free cultural event to launch the interdisciplinary research conference, Disability, Human Rights and Social Equity.
Over the next few months, Auslan Stage Left has a great line-up of Auslan interpreted events in Melbourne, including: CATS Midsumma Festival, including the Carnival, Lesbian Comedy Gala and the Pride March Good Mourning, Mrs. Brown Picnic at Hanging Rock Hannah Gadsby, Bobby Macumber and CJ Delling at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
In January 2016, Weave Movement Theatre will present a public workshop in movement and dance led by renowned performer and choreographer, Caroline Bowditch.
Are you a Deaf, HOH, CODA or Auslan using young person aged between 13 and 21?
Come and work with fabulous Deaf artists Medina Sumovic and Walter Kadiki to create and perform your own performance poetry in Auslan and Visual Vernacular!
On Saturday 6 February, 2016, Arts Centre Melbourne presents Dominoes,by UK company, Station House Opera, project three in the Betty Amsden Participation Program…. but more than 300 volunteers are needed to bring this project to life!
The Art of Origin project began as series of visual art workshops that explored the intersection between participants’ home of origin and home in Australia and our sense of belonging, identity and community. Now an exhibition, Art of Origin showcases a selection of the individual and collaborative works made during these workshops and offers an insight into the artists’ lived experiences.