Please join Arts Access Victoria at Darebin True North Festival 2015, as we showcase original artworks in Nebula, AAV’s fully accessible mobile art space at the Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre.
Seen by over 70 million people, Disney’s landmark musical event The Lion King is a worldwide phenomenon. The landmark musical is coming to Melbourne in 2015, with audio described, Auslan interpreted and autism-friendly performances in June and August.
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 Tuesday 12 May and open your eyes to new ways of experiencing, planning and working with people with disability.
Want to know more about the City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grant Program? Join us for a briefing session!
Rawcus’ Catalogue is a portrait of a world where viewpoints and aesthetics are as diverse and complex as the bodies and personalities that make them.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a unique and inclusive workshop for dancers, teachers, and theatre workers!
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.
Arts Access Victoria, in partnership with Writers Victoria, invites you to the Launch of artsider, a magazine devoted to outsider art and writing.
The Murray River International Music Festival program provides world-class performances combined with masterclasses, workshops and school visits.
Featuring more than 150 beautiful artworks, ADEC’S ArtAbility program is holding its 10th annual exhibition, ‘Transitional Spaces’, in Melbourne’s premier arts precinct, Federation Square.