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Naomi Chainey

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Artist in focus – Naomi Chainey

Thanks to the Lesley Hall Scholarship, she made the short film Gaslit, which premiered at The Other Film Festival in Melbourne in November 2018 and won the award for Best Emerging...

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Choose Art, Australia’s Accessible Arts Directory Launches

Everybody has a right to take part in arts and culture and the National Arts and Disability Strategy’s vision is for the artistic ambitions and achievements of people with...

Erin Kyan recording in the studio.

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Artist in focus – Erin Kyan

Erin Kyan talks about the joys and challenges of accessible digital storytelling, and explains why vulnerability and hope are two of the most prominent themes in his writing about...

A group shot of Art Day South Artists.

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Art Day South

The studio began in 1991. Since then, artists have collaborated to experiment and develop new artworks and projects. The Art Day South artists have shown their artworks and performed most recently at: Jolt Sonic Arts Festival at...

A hand is paining a landscape.

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Artstop

The Artstop artists have shown their artworks most recently at: ‘Visible/Invisible’ in partnership with City of Moreland (2019) West Projections festival in Seddon (2019) Deconstructed Musical presented at Coburg Libraries and online (2021)...

The Echo Collective ensemble is standing up in front of a crowd.

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Echo Collective

Echo Collective is open to all Deaf and Disabled Artists with an interest in collaborative and experimental art-making, music, visual art and improvisation. Echo Collective welcomes all Deaf and...

One of the Get Out! artist drawing.

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Get Out!

The studio began in 2003. The Get Out! artists have shown some of their artworks at: ‘Art Is’ (2019) ‘Homage to’ (2017) ‘Frog in a Cage’ (2014) ‘The Happy Stage’ (2012) For more information about Get Out!, please fill out the form below, or email Kate...

A drawing of Nebula, our Colourful, fully accessible portable arts space.

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Nimbus

The studio is based at the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. You will be making art at the Mess Gallery and Nebula, our accessible portable arts space. Besides practical studio work, you will have access to gallery exhibitions and...

4 people are stand and playing the drums. While another person plays a Cabasa.

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SRS Studios

We encourage independence in artistic decision-making. Artists have the choice in how they make art. How they wish to develop as an artist. And how they take part, be it through:...