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We have lots of accessible arts events and opportunities to share with you this month. Things are getting busier as 'Mad March' steadily approaches Adelaide. 

If a new year has inspired a new art project that you'll need some funding for, why not come along to Access2Arts' Grant Writing Workshop? The details are included below. Also featured below are artist opportunities for new projects and the accessible events that will be taking place at the Adelaide Fringe over the course of February. 

Have a great month!

Thanks
Access2Arts

We must now recognise that disability is not created as the result of various medical impairments, but is in fact, created by society’s collective failure to adapt to and embrace and celebrate the varying levels of ability which we all have.
- Jordon Steele-John

Access2Arts'

Grant Writing Workshop

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Find out what makes a winning funding application and how to improve your chances of grant success. Access2Arts provides support to artists who are applying for grants.

Don’t get overwhelmed when applying for a grant. Get informed, get writing, and get on with your art!

When: Tuesday 19 February 2019, 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Where: Adelaide City Library, Level 3 – Rundle Place, Rundle Mall, Adelaide
Cost: FREE
Book no later than Thursday 14 February 2019.

Book your spot!

Opportunity

Music Project Facilitator

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There is an opportunity for an experienced musician to to engage as a Music Teacher, Mentor and Coordinator in 2019.

This opportunity will contribute towards a music group in which experienced and/or trained disabled musicians come together as a group  on a regular basis to maintain and improve their musical skills.

Expressions of interest must be submitted before Friday, 15 February 2019.

Find out more

Call for Disabled Artists

The Senses Project
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Expressions of Interest are open for disabled artists from any art form who would like to take part in The Senses Project (Working Title). This is an Fringe Production that is planned to take place in either 2020 or 2021

The project will feature a series of installations that focus on one of the five senses (Sight, Smell, Hearing, Touch & Taste)The goal of each installation is to celebrate a particular sense or to represent what it is like to have a particular sense to be impaired or taken away completely. In addition to the traditional five senses, there will be a six-sense (Mobility) Included.

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Accessible Events

Accessible Arts Events at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe

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Audio Description

Two events will be Audio Described at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival:


Tindo Utpurndee, Sunset Ceremony
When: Friday, 15 February 2019
Where: River Torrens, Karrawirra Parri, Adelaide
Time: Ceremony 8pm

Yabarra - Gathering of Light:
When: Monday 25th of February. 
Where: River Torrens, Karrawirra Parri, Adelaide
Time: 8:30pm

Please book on The Fringe’s Accessibility Booking Line on 08 8100 2089 

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Tindo Utpurndee
Yabarra

Auslan Interpretation

13 events will be Auslan Interpreted at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival throughout February. 

 
There's something available to suit everyone's interest! Details on each of the Auslan Interpreted performances can be located on the Access2Arts website. 

Please book on The Fringe’s Accessibility Booking Line on 08 8100 2089 
View Auslan Interpreted Events

Relaxed Events

Come along to one of the Relaxed Events at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival


These shows have been specifically designed to create a safe and welcoming environment for patrons with a learning disability and/or sensory and communication difficulties or anyone who would benefit from a more sensory-reduced environment.
 
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Alison Paradoxx presents Floral Peroxide

Alison stands with her eyes wide. Her hands which are luminous and green are reached out in front of her.

Come and see Alison Bennett - The 2016 South Australian Poetry Slam Champion and friend of Access2Arts at the Adelaide Fringe.

Alison will be debuting her multi-media performance show, ‘Alison Paradoxx presents Floral Peroxide.’ Her work addresses issues of accessibility and diversity, and sparks debate on how society views physical and mental disability. Alison reclaims the term ‘disability’ to empower and recreates her  self-narrative.

When: Saturday, 23 and Sunday 24 February 2019.

Where: Courtyard at The Libertine by Louis, 137 Magill Rd, Stepney

Time: 8.30pm

Ticket Giveaway! Supported by Access2Arts: Alison is offering a number of free passes for those supported by Access2Arts. Please email tickets@access2arts.org.au to enquire and include any access requirements.

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Performance

Ignition Point - No Strings Attached at the Adelaide Fringe

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The No Strings Theatre of Disability will be performing at the Adelaide Fringe!

Everything at No Strings starts with a workshop - the Ignition Point - where theatre experimentation & (dis)ability meet. Experience this unique codesign process. 'Ignition Point' features 3 amazing new works created by No Strings Performers:

Performances will take place on Saturday, 16 & 23 Febuary 2019 at 1:30pm and Friday, 1 March 2019 at 11:30am. 

Performances are at Tandanya Theatre at Live From Tandanya – 253 Grenfell St, Adelaide

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