Open Your Eyes training program: 12 May 2015
Dopa-kinesia, created with the assistance of support artist/curator Kim Anderson, is artist Pezaloom’s series of experimental self-portraits intended to challenge the many myths and misconceptions surrounding Parkinson’s Disease. Showing at No Vacancy Gallery from 15 June–5 July 2015.
HRAFF 2015 will be held in Melbourne from 7–21 May. The festival presents the best films and artwork from around the world and will challenge, touch and inspire audiences from all walks of life. HRAFF strives to ensure HRAFF is an inclusive event for all. Information about accessible screenings and festival access can be found here.
You are invited to attend the opening of ‘Born to Be Me’, an exhibition of photographic works by Neville Hiatt, on Thursday 7 May from 5pm–6pm at Skin Gallery (1/80 Drummond St, Carlton). The exhibition runs from 7 May–25 June!
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.