Participating artists have the opportunity to develop original works, explore and enhance their unique expressive identity, and experiment with multimodal art making techniques. There are also exhibition and professional development opportunities for those interested in pursuing commercial/career pathways.


  • Skill development
  • Social and community participation
  • Pathways to work ( Finding and Keeping a Job)
  • Artistic outcome based

Other Focus

The two facilitating arts practitioners are highly experienced in working with people with disability. Please note that staff do not provide personal care. People with high support needs can attend with their own support worker. Auslan interpretation and audio description have been provided at some performances, exhibitions and events, and some staff are proficient in Key Word Sign. There is also a fully equipped accessible toilet with a hoist and full length high/low table.

Event type

feature Deaf and/or disabled artists

Find out more

For bookings and information on specific access and transport.

April Welfare
Senior Studio Coordinator - Arthur Creative


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