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Arts For All Canterbury Network

The Arts For All Canterbury Network is made up of representatives from the disability sector, arts and cultural organisations, and venues. Its members meet throughout the year to gain insights, seek advice, and share information and resources.

A collage of Arts For All Canterbury Network members at the December 2019 meeting

SHARING INFORMATION: Members of the Arts For All Canterbury Network met in December 2019 where they discussed a range of issues, including accessibility policies, companion cards and how to find funding for their accessibility projects. They also heard about projects and events, run by their fellow Arts For All Networks in Auckland, Taranaki, Otago and Wellington.

Members of the Arts For All Canterbury Network

Individuals and organisations interested in arts, disability and accessibility are welcome to join the Arts For All Canterbury Network. Please contact Stace Robertson, Access, Inclusion and Participation Advisor, Arts Access Aotearoa (T: 04 802 4349 E: stace.robertson@artsaccess.org.nz). 

A list of Arts For All Canterbury Network members

Events and opportunities in Canterbury

If you have have any events, opportunities or useful links for this page, please email Iona. For example, watch Scape Public Art's video, which explores the benefits of public art for everyone in Christchurch and the diverse education programmes that sit alongside it. Public art that engages and can be touched freely inspires and brings together people from any age and gives them the opportunity to be exposed to art in an accessible way. Scape is a member of the Arts For All Canterbury Network.

 

 
 

Stace Robertson

STACE ROBERTSON: Stace is Access, Inclusion and Participation Advisor, Arts Access Aotearoa (T: 04802 4349 E: (stace.robertson@artsaccess.org.nz). More about Stace

About Arts For All

Arts For All news

Disabled arts practitioners

Making an event accessible

Funding information

Learning and resources


MAKING THE ARTS MORE ACCESSIBLE: This video, made by Deafradio’s Seeflow translation service for Arts Access Aotearoa, lets Deaf people know about some of the ways artists, performing arts companies, festivals, museums, galleries and venues can make the arts more accessible.


CONNECTING THROUGH MUSIC: this video was made by Lala Rolls of Island Productions Aotearoa for Arts Access Aotearoa and Chamber Music New Zealand.


ACCESS FOR ALL:
“The good thing about being focused on access and accessibility is that you create a better experience for everybody,” says Philip Patston in this video, made by Lala Rolls of Island Productions Aotearoa for Arts Access Aotearoa. 

 

 

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