Aarts News

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Five Artists With Disability To Go To Bundanon Trust For Prestigious Residency

14/09/2020

Meet our 2020 Bundanon residents!

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Bundanon Residency Program To Empower Creativity & Careers of Artists With Disability

30/07/2020

Applications are now open for the 2020 Accessible Arts and Bundanon Trust Artist-In-Residence Program

Making Social Media Accessible Workshop

30/06/2020

Get some bright ideas about making your social media content more accessible for people with disability.

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Bundanon Residency Fundraiser

24/06/2020

Empower five artists with disability to create amazing work and advance their careers. Please help us. Donate now!

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Top 10 Tips For Running Accessible Online Events

13/05/2020

Here are some hot tips to help you make your digital content and online events more accessible and inclusive during and after the COVID crisis.

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EMILY DASH JOINS ACCESSIBLE ARTS BOARD

28/04/2020

Artist and disability arts advocate Emily Dash has joined the board of Accessible Arts as a director.

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Financial Support For Arts Practitioners Affected By COVID-19

14/04/2020

Financial support for arts practitioners in NSW hard hit by the impact of COVID-19 is being provided by all levels of government.

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Accessible Arts COVID-19 Update

17/03/2020

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 virus, the Accessible Arts team are now working remotely.

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ARTISTS WITH DISABILITY SET TO GET MOVING WITH VIDEO ART PROJECT   

28/01/2020

Visual artists and filmmakers with disability are being invited to apply for a new initiative that seeks to create and distribute ‘art of the moving image’ or video art.

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Artists With Disability Invited To Pitch Proposals For 2021 Sydney Festival

11/12/2019

Sydney Festival Disability Programming Initiative gives production pathway to work by artists with disability