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Accessible Arts Seeking New Treasurer


We’re currently seeking a new Treasurer to join the Accessible Arts’ volunteer board as a Non-Executive Director.

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


Meet our 2020 Bundanon residents!

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Making Live Music Accessible | ATAG Online 24 Sep 2020


Join us for this FREE online panel about amping up access for and inclusion of people with disability in the Australian music industry.

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Jaci Armstrong Joins Accessible Arts Board


Disability advocate and policy advisor Jaci Armstrong has joined the board of Accessible Arts as a director.

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In-Conversation: Bridie McKim + Roz Hammond


Two of the stars of inclusive ABC TV drama The Heights will discuss the ups and downs of performance, representation and disability during this FREE online Q&A event.

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New Workshop To Help Arts Orgs Deliver Access For Online Events


Book in now for our new workshop and get 2-for-1!

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


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

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Get On Board Workshop


Get the knowledge and skills you need to take your arts leadership ambitions to the next level.

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What Is Access In Dance?


Join us for a free public forum on accessible dance education, training and practice.

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Live-Streaming Accessible Events | ATAG Online 22 July


Join us for this FREE online panel about streaming fully accessible live online events using multiple content sources.