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A sensory station at the Call and Response workshop. Four artists interact with each other through theatre, using chairs as props. Two artists stand on top of chairs while one leans over a chair and another lies underneath. Someone holds a sign saying “Education” in English and in German.
17 September 2018

Australia welcomes German artists with disability as part of Australia...

Three artists from Berlin, Germany, are headed to Alice Springs for Australia’s national forum on arts, culture and disability, as part of the Australia-Berlin Arts Exchange project.

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19 February 2019

Real money and real jobs for artists with disability

Artists with disability are calling on the government to provide real money and real jobs to close the 42% disability pay gap in the arts.

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Five people sit on chairs on a stage. On the far left sits a woman in her 50s who is talking. The other panel members (three females and one male) look toward the woman and smile.
8 October 2019

New $10,000 national leadership award for artists and arts-workers wit...

A new national leadership award for artists and arts-workers with disability has just been announced by the national peak body advocating for accessibility in the arts, Arts Access Australia (AAA).

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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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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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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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