Pathways to … Photographic Exhibition by Our Camera Wanderers

June 20, 2016

  If you haven’t seen the latest photographic exhibition by Access Arts Camera Wanderers, you still have time to catch the last few days. Pathways to … features new photographs from members of the Camera Wanderers. These artworks explore themes of discovery and self-journey – beyond the turn of a corner and the mystery of Read more…

Welcome to Our Community Workshop Sharing Week 2016

June 2, 2016

  The Community Workshops Sharing Week is an opportunity for the public to observe the Access Arts workshops in action. Come along to discover the vocal prowess of the Access Arts Singers, the infectious rhythm of our drummers and the creativity of our visual artists. Dates: Tuesday 14, Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 of June  Locations: At our Woolloongabba and Ashgrove Read more…

Access Arts member selected from over 80 applicants for Producer in Training scheme

May 11, 2016

Access Arts member Alicia Jane Steele has been selected from over 80 applicants to take part in Anywhere Festival’s Producer in Training scheme. The scheme trains emerging local arts producers and directors to become Australia’s new breed of innovative theatre and arts festival producers, growing a vibrant and sustainable arts sector. Alicia’s self-produced, original show, Read more…

Wowing the crowd at KPMG

November 18, 2015

Our Theatre Ensemble literally stopped guests in their tracks with the surprise ‘site specific’ performance at Perception exhibition, held in the KPMG foyer around a large table. We caught up with Theatre Ensemble member, Eleonora Ginardi, to find out first-hand what it was like to perform. Q. As this was the second time the Theatre Read more…

Perception: an arts exhibition with KPMG

November 16, 2015

It was a momentous evening at the prestigious KPMG office at Eagle Street Pier. We were thrilled to have so many of our supportive community members attend and enjoy the artwork of our fine artists. We were privileged to show our Patron, His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC Governor of Queensland and his wife Read more…

NDIS New World Conference in 2015: Disability in the 21st Century

November 9, 2015

Brisbane was the Australian capital city selected to host the prestigious NDIS New World Conference last month from 27 to 29 October. Access Arts was invited to work with the NDIS New World Conference to showcase a new vision to participants through technology, education and engagement. Brisbane musicians David Truong and Donnelle Brooks performed their Read more…

Making tracks in the studio

November 1, 2015

The Access Arts Singers are set to record their first album this term bringing together a year’s worth of singing, learning and performing songs with producer, Mark Smith. Mark will be recording the group on 29 October with final takes done on 5 November. They’ll be launching and performing their yet to be named CD Read more…

Meet our 2015 Access Arts Achievement Award Winner, Emma Le Strange

September 18, 2015
Emma Le Strange holding her new certificate.

This year’s Access Arts Achievement Award winner, Emma Le Strange, will use her $10,000 award to produce a children’s book Tea Parties and Pillows. The story will follow a mother and daughter’s daily activities centred in the parent’s bedroom. We asked Emma, an artist who experiences chronic illness, why she was passionate about pursuing her Read more…

Undercover Artist Festival

June 9, 2015

Undercover Artist Festival is the first disability arts festival to be held in QLD and is taking place on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 June at Queensland Theatre Company in Brisbane’s West End. Featuring established and emerging artists who will entertain audiences with quality performances, spectacular installations and thought-provoking debates, this is a festival not Read more…