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A black and white photo of a man using a manual wheelchair in an urban environment.
27 March 2020

Covid-19 Update: National Arts and Disability Awards Suspended

The Australia Council for the Arts has announced its first response package to support the arts during COVID-19. Arts Access Australia will work to ensure artists with disability are not left behind.

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A woman in her 20s with long red hair and a black dress stands in front of a photo board that features the Arts Access Australia logo
20 December 2019

Madeleine Little announced as recipient of AAA’s inaugural National ...

An emerging arts leader from Queensland has been announced as the inaugural recipient of Arts Access Australia’s National Leadership Award.

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An Indigenous woman with long dark curly hair in her 40s or 50s smiles gently at the camera.
26 November 2019

‘Culture is Inclusion’ to be topic of the day at NGA

Aunty June Riemer, the Deputy CEO First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN) Australia, has been announced as the second keynote speaker for the upcoming Meeting Place 2019 forum, Australia’s leadi...

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A woman in her 30s stands in the middle of a gallery. She is smiling and has long curly hair and wears a red and white scarf.
13 November 2019

First keynote speaker revealed for Meeting Place 2019

Los Angeles-based curator and art academic Dr Amanda Cachia has been announced as keynote speaker for the upcoming Meeting Place 2019 forum, Australia’s leading annual forum on arts, culture and disability.

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5 November 2019

Meeting Place 2019 Travel Grant recipients announced

Eight artists with disability from around Australia have been announced as the lucky recipients of a 2019 Meeting Place Travel Grant, providing flights, accommodation and registration to attend Australia’s leading annual forum on arts, culture an...

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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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