14 November 2012
Commissioned by DaDaFest 2012 as part of 'Niet Normaal: Difference on Display' in association with Liverpool Biennial, Aaron Williamson has created a tour into researching the personal histories of the life models who posed for some of the Victorian painters whose work is on display in the Walker Gallery, Liverpool.
19 October 2011
Have you ever wanted to write a novel? What about writing one in a month? November is the start of NanoWrimo, National Novel Writing Month. John O'Donoghue discusses the initiative and gives five top tips.
13 October 2011
Sharing Cultures is a project researching disability arts by artist Anne Teahan inspired by Revealing Culture an international festival of disability art and culture at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC in summer 2010. Here Anne shares her extensive research on a selection of artists whose work was chosen for exhibition.
17 March 2011
Sharing Cultures is a project researching disability arts by artist Anne Teahan inspired by Revealing Culture an international festival of disability art and culture at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC in summer 2010. Here Anne reflects on the show and what disability has got to do with art.
13 January 2011
Alison Wilde introduces The Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association Disability Studies Network. MeCCSA aims to support and promote the development of the research and teaching of Disability Studies within Media Studies and to provide a space to support and promote the work of disabled academics, lecturers, researchers and media practitioners working in Higher Education.
5 February 2010
Mandy Redvers-Rowe from the newly-reformed ‘So Many Excuses' offers her top ten writing tips for aspiring Drama writers.
22 July 2008
This Chronology by Allan Sutherland, covers the major events of Disability Arts from the movement's inception in the late 1970s / early 1980s to the end of March 2003.
23 May 2008
Sync is a leadership development programme for disabled people, that aims to look at how disabled people experience leadership
7 March 2008
Kevin Donnellon takes part in a series of workshops hosted by NWDAF and asks what lessons we can learn from the past
6 November 2007
Poet Peter Street recalls the famous Disability Action Network protests of the mid-90s with a stunning series of photographs.
2 November 2007
A group of disabled writers were invited by New Writing South and DAO (Disability Arts Online) to a series of seminars to develop skills in critical writing and gain an understanding of its role within the world of news media and publishing
8 May 2007
DAO asked Shape London about its scheme which aims to provide one-to-one mentoring for disabled artists.
1 February 2007
Alex Bulmer talks to Joe McConnell about Graeae's new performing arts training programme Scene Change
1 November 2005
The National Disability Arts Collection & Archive: The Story So Far… (November 2005)
1 July 2005
What are the issues which have underpinned the development of Disability Arts? Allan Sutherland offers a concise explanation.
1 January 2005
Common Sense is a pioneering series of events, organised by West Midlands Disability Arts Forum (WMDAF)
1 January 2005
The CandoCo Foundation Course in Dance is the first of its kind offering an opportunity for disabled students to realise their potential.
1 December 2004
Ruth Bailey give an overview of the development of some of the main contenders.
Penny Pepper experiences Graeae Theatre Company's free performance training course for aspiring actors with sensory and physical disabilities