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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.

Canterbury Museum representatives and Richard Benge, right, Arts Access Aotearoa

POWERFUL EXAMPLE: Canterbury Museum was presented the Arts Access Museum Award 2018 for its exhibition, The Bristlecone Project, at Museums Aotearoa's conference in May. Presenting the award, Richard Benge, Executive Director of Arts Access Aotearoa, said the exhibition was a "power example of how museums can include the voices, stories, experience and history of people who have experienced inclusion." Canterbury Museum is a member of the Arts For All Canterbury Network.

Arts For All Canterbury Network meeting

The next Arts For All Canterbury Network meeting is at the Blind Foundation office in Bristol St, St Albans, Christchurch on Friday 21 September from 9.30am - 12.30pm. Arts For All members across Aotearoa New Zealand are changing their infrastructure and processes to become more inclusive and accessible. Claire Noble, Arts Access Aotearoa, will share these examples and then discuss what you and your organisations are doing on your accessibility journeys. Please RSVP to Claire by Thursday 20 September if you would like to attend. For more information

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 Claire Noble, Access and Participation Advisor, Arts Access Aotearoa (T: 04 802 4349 E: 

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.

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