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About 30 people sit on chairs in a hall. They look at the wall onto which a screen is projected with the Arts Access Australia logo. A woman in her 50s (Meagan Shand) speaks into a microphone.
10 May 2019

Leadership initiatives to be funded through new Annual Giving Program

A new national leadership award and travel grants to attend Australia’s annual arts and disability Meeting Place forum are two of the major projects that will be funded under Arts Access Australia’s new Annual Giving Program, launched last week...

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Events
A large group of people with their arms stretched to the sky. Overlaid on the image is the Meeting Place logo.
17 June 2019

SAVE THE DATE: Meeting Place 2019 Canberra

Australia's leading forum on arts, culture and disability is headed to Canberra in 2019, taking place over five days and culminating on the International Day of People with Disability.

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News Story
Four musicians perform on stage in a band below a sign that reads Meeting Place.
4 June 2019

Q&A with Rudely Interrupted

Melbourne indie rock band Rudely Interrupted received a travel grant to attend the first international Meeting Place, held in Berlin in 2017. Here, we chat with guitarist Rohan Brooks and singer/keyboardist Rory Burnside about their experience at M...

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Events
10 May 2019

EVENT: Annual General Meeting

Arts Access Australia is pleased to invite you to our Annual General Meeting, to be held online on 31 May 2019.

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Events
25 April 2019

EVENT (QLD): VIP Muso’s Night Fundraiser

Join us for an intimate evening with VIP artists in the music industry, with all proceeds going to support artists with disability.

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Events
17 April 2019

EVENT: Movie Night Fundraiser with special guest Julia Hales

Join us for a night at the movies with special guest Julia Hales, as we raise money to support artists and arts-workers with disability.

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Blog
Image of an artist with disability and one without. Underneath is the total income per annum. The artists with disability earns on average $29,000 while an artist without disability earns $50,100.
19 February 2019

We need to close the disability pay gap for professional artists

“Real jobs; real money!” is the plea from Australia’s artists with disability, who are struggling with low income and poor job prospects as they face a widening pay gap between themselves and their peers without disability.

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