Access Arts pays tribute to Ross Barber

April 5, 2018

Access Arts was saddened to hear of the passing of Ross Barber in March 2018. Ross was the CEO of Access Arts from 2004 – 2009.  His appointment was significant as Ross was the first CEO of Access Arts who identified as having disability. Ross’s focus in the organisation was on providing opportunities for people Read more…

Sameskin Theatre Workshop

Our friends at InsideOutside Theatre Company are launching new theatre workshops on the Redcliffe Peninsula in April for people of all abilities. Working with talented and experienced facilitators, participants will learn new skills, create theatre and most importantly have fun. The first workshop will be on Tuesday 10 April at Clontarf Beach Catholic Church (main Read more…

Artist Call Out for Collaborations!

Are you a talented video artist? Amanda Kay would love to hear from YOU! Songstress Amanda Kay, a long time member of Access Arts, is releasing her new album The Amazing Travels Collective with a stunning new single Just Outside My Window. Amanda is seeking an artist or artists to collaborate on an innovative music video Read more…

Spark Your Creativity at Our Open Day

Access Arts is holding an Open Day on 17 April, and you’re all invited! You might be thinking: “Who? Me? Nah! I’m not creative.” Some of us get the idea that creativity is something most of us have missed out on. We’ve got news for you, we are all born creative! All it needs is Read more…

Songs from Our Suburbs – Six Choirs Come Together

April 4, 2018

More than 200 singers from six choirs will come together Sunday 8 April to perform in harmony for Songs from Our Suburbs. Featuring Access Arts Singers, Deep C Divas, With One Voice Brisbane, MacGregor State High School Show Choir, Cheep Trill Choir, and Southern Cross Voices, the choirs will unite for one performance only as part of Festival 2018 Read more…

The King’s Palace

March 28, 2018

To celebrate the last day of Term 1, members of the Access Arts Theatre & Dance Ensemble put on a performance for their family and friends. The King’s Palace, a study of characters, showcased the members’ commitment to their art over the last two months. And what fun everyone had. The performance was enjoyed by Read more…

Songs from Our Suburbs

March 7, 2018

  Join Access Arts Singers and ‘Deep C Divas’ as we dive into a world of song and imagination to thrill the ears and inspire the heart. Songs from Our Suburbs is the featured community music event in the program of Festival 2018 Brisbane. This free concert shines a light on Brisbane’s community choirs and Read more…

The Ripple Effect

March 1, 2018
Freya Toussaint

                                          Do you draw for the love of it? Do you love to make art? Are taking photos your thing? Do you like to be in a small group? Ever thought of making cards? Or Read more…

Lifestyle – a sunshine state of mind

February 21, 2018

            Across the globe, people seek meaning and a sense of connectedness in their everyday lives through their local community. From playing weekend sport, to going to the beach with friends, to helping out at a charity event – our social engagements with others enhance our own wellbeing as well Read more…

Let’s celebrate!

February 18, 2018

  To celebrate Queensland Women’s Week 2018, Access Arts would like to invite women of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to join us, share their stories, experience different art forms, and showcase their creations to the community at the end of our two-day workshop. You will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in theatre, storytelling, music, Read more…