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July 2015

Community Events

JCAAA presents: is theatre!

‘is theatre’ is a brand new weekly program for young people who love the performing arts. If you like to create, enjoy a spot of improv and want to stretch your imagination then ‘is theatre’ is the program for you.

INfuse Artist Network: Effective Grant Writing for Creatives

Artists in Melbourne’s west who are daunted by the grant application process are encouraged to attend the next INfuse Artist Network session on Effective Grant Writing for Creatives in Deer Park on 5 August.

Dangerous Deeds Video Art Installation

Dangerous Deeds is a video art installation featuring works developed by people with disability that explores their passions and tells the stories of their involvement in the disability, advocacy and self-advocacy movements.

Dance classes with Weave Movement Theatre

Supported by the City of Yarra, Weave Movement Theatre is pleased to bring you a series of dance technique classes made for artists with disability from 2 August to 6 September at Dancehouse.

We at Hatch Contemporary Arts Space

We is the next exhibition at Hatch Contemporary Arts Space celebrating the works of Banyule based artists living with disability, and looking at identity and our relationship with each other and the world around us.

The future of art in Melbourne—be part of the conversation

Join some of Melbourne’s leading thinkers, artists and producers on Thursday 13 August for a City of Melbourne forum exploring opportunities and challenges for the arts in our city.

Coranderrk: We Will Show the Country

There will be an Auslan interpreted performance of Coranderrk: We Will Show the Country at La Mama Courthouse in Carlton on Sunday 23 August at 4pm.

Melbourne WebFest: accessible for all

Melbourne WebFest believes everyone should have the ability to enjoy the web series at the festival, and they take immense pride in integrating this ethos throughout the program. Find out more about WEbFest 2015!

Consultation on Victoria’s first creative industries strategy

Arts Access Victoria and Multicultural Arts Victoria invite you to a consultation for the diversity and disability arts sectors about Victoria’s first creative industries strategy on Wednesday 8 July 2015.

Melbourne Fringe Festival Forum #5: Connect With New Audiences

Presented in Partnership with AAV, this Fringe Forum will provide a vital insight for artists and producers into the accessibility of their work and the barriers encountered by culturally and linguistically diverse artists and audiences, and artists and audiences with disabilities.

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