The great art created by artists with disability, and participation of people with disability in the arts, are integral to the artistic and cultural life of Australia. This summary brings together findings from Australia Council research publications and a research overview compiled by the Meeting of Cultural Ministers to build the evidence base about disability and the arts.
El acto de conmemoración por el Día Internacional de las Personas con Discapacidad se realizó en la mañana de este lunes 3 de diciembre con presencia del presidente de la República, Mario Abdo Benítez, y representantes de distintas instituciones gubernamentales.
The Filipino Sign Language (FSL) is the national sign language in the country based on a new law signed by President Duterte.
The Federal Government is inviting the Australian public to share their opinions on disability and the arts to better inform the next iteration of the National Arts and Disability Strategy.
Unlimited aims to embed the work of disabled artists in the mainstream cultural sector and thanks to additional funding from Arts Council England and British Council, Unlimited has been able to create resources to support this work internationally.
“People don’t know where to begin with the topic of accessibility, so they panic—‘What do I do? Where do I start?” says Betty Siegel, director of VSA and Accessibility for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in D.C.