THE QUEST

February 11, 2019

Dance – Creativity – Exploration – Collaboration Join us in a fellowship of enriching collaboration with professional artists that will lead to an original new creative dance performance … THE QUEST. Building on the successes of the 2017 community engagement project We All Dance in partnership with QPAC, this new project has been developed specifically Read more…

Spaces Still Available at the Creative Meetup and Workshops in Brisbane

February 7, 2019

What’s happening? A nationally funded  research project Disability and the Performing Arts in Australia: Beyond the Social Model will be hosting quality facilitated workshops for artists with disability. The workshop series is open to artists from across the performing arts, including dance, theatre, music, experimental arts, multimedia producers, film makers and writers. As this is in part a Read more…

Unleash your creativity in 2019!

February 5, 2019
Come Join Our Workshops

Our workshops kick off this week but it’s not too late to sign up. Whether you’re interested in performing arts (singing, theatre, dancing or music) or visual arts (drawing, painting with your favourite medium or experimenting with something new, or photography), we’d love to hear from you. Visual Arts Our Visual Arts workshops provide members with a Read more…

Pillars of The Gap

January 18, 2019

The entrance to one of Brisbane’s popular outer suburbs has been transformed by a public art installation that is a stunning testimony of the contributions made by the local community. Created by renowned Brisbane artist Catriona Holland, Pillars of the Gap comprises seven pillars depicting different themes, which taken collectively are a unique reflection of Read more…

$10,000 Access Arts Achievement Award winner announced

Meet Carol Taylor, the winner of the $10,000 Access Arts Achievement Award for 2018. Carol, a talented watercolour artist from the Gold Coast, plans to use the funds to create a body of artwork for her first solo exhibition. She will also incorporate the same artwork into the design of a small sample range of “wheelchair accessible” Read more…

Creative meetup and facilitated workshops in Brisbane

January 14, 2019

What’s happening? A nationally funded  research project Disability and the Performing Arts in Australia: Beyond the Social Model will be hosting quality facilitated workshops for artists with disability. The workshop series is open to artists from across the performing arts, including dance, theatre, music, experimental arts, multimedia producers, film makers and writers. As this is in Read more…

Last Chance to Express Interest in Visual Arts Workshops

January 3, 2019

Happy New Year! While preparations are well underway for an exciting lineup of workshops that will kick off in February, there are still places available in the Camera Wanderers Workshop and the Professional Artists’ Workshop. Deadline: Monday 21 January 2019. Camera Wanderers Workshop Join the Camera Wanderers and learn creative digital art skills, supported by expert facilitators. Every Tuesday morning, Read more…

Volunteers wanted for exciting end-of-year event

November 21, 2018

Passionate about volunteering? Want to have fun while supporting a great cause? We would love to have you join our small team to help make the Access Arts end-of-year event the best ever. Please contact us if you are available to attend the Brisbane Powerhouse between 1-5pm on 1 December and are interested in one Read more…

Come, rejoice with us!

November 12, 2018

Access Arts is delighted to present its end-of-year showcase featuring the brave new work of our artists and their collaborators: Voices of Remembrance In partnership with Queensland Music Festival, Access Arts is proud to present Voices of Remembrance, a statewide choral program that encourages communities across Queensland to commemorate through music the centenary of the Read more…

MAKE YOUR VIEWS HEARD!

October 30, 2018

Listen up Queensland! Want to make a difference to people who experience physical or mental disability or unwellness? Now, here’s YOUR chance to improve arts opportunities that you, your loved ones, or people in the sector that you work with can enjoy. Are you a practicing artist or arts hobbyist with disability? Is there someone you know who Read more…