01 March 2017
Thinking of providing audio description at events run in and by your organisation? Access2Arts can help. Council staff started by describing in-house events. Performance artist Rodney Bell at Arts Activated 2016. Credit: Gisella Vollmer
28 February 2017
Increasingly, arts organisations are starting to think more creatively about improving accessibility. We caught up with Performance Space – an experimental arts organisation with a commitment to diversity – to find out about their own evolving approach to access.
21 February 2017
Thinking of providing audio description at events run in and by your organisation? Access2Arts can help. Council staff started by describing in-house events.
13 February 2017
Michael Buckley’s work is influenced by his experience of brain dysfunction. ‘I am working with the idea that ‘my brain is now not me,’ he says.
02 February 2017
Thinking of providing audio description at events run in and by your organisation? Access2Arts can help. As part of our ongoing commitment to becoming a disability competent and confident organisation, we engaged them to provide audio description training and advice.
08 September 2016
Jodee Mundy is committed to making work that enriches people’s lives through inclusivity. Specifically, she is known for making performance projects by, with and for people who experience isolation as a result of disability.
12 February 2016
Sophie Masson’s Feathers of the Firebird blog has featured interviews of past residents of The Keesing Studio at the Cité Internationale des Arts.
12 January 2016
Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett has gone from success to success this year, taking out Best Female Artist and Best Breakthrough Artist at this year's ARIA awards, and receiving a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.
09 December 2015
The Venice Biennale highlights a year of success for Australian visual arts on the international stage. From showcasing one of Australia’s finest contemporary artists in Fiona Hall, to the realisation of a major architecture project in the new Australian Pavilion.
20 November 2015
“Having the space and time to play so much definitely improved us all in the band, not to mention having Mark there to help me develop these ideas while showing me around town.”