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Shayne P Carter, Michael Hurst and Julie WoodsUNFORGETTABLE TOUCH TOUR: “When you are blind, getting to meet the actors and touch the props on stage really does bring a performance to life.” Read Julie Woods’ blog about her Fortune Theatre experience 

Accessible Arts AucklandCREATING CHANGE: “I was so pleased to attend a workshop with a new group #AccessibleArtsAuckland, who shared their unique knowledge and advocacy skills so they could increase accessibility and inclusion in the arts,” writes Richard Benge in his latest blog

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PRISON VOICES: Two busloads of writers took part in an interactive creative writing workshop with prisoners, organised by the NZ Festival's Writers and Readers programme. Read about Ruby MacAndrew's experience in Capital Day


COME LISTEN TO MY STORY: Sixteen women in the Drug Treatment Unit at Arohata Women's Prison took part in a one-week theatre workshop, led by German theatre practitioner Uta Plate and local artists. Watch the video and read the story about the workshop


CONNECTING THROUGH MUSIC: Chamber Music New Zealand received the Arts Access Creative New Zealand Arts For All Award 206 for its Accessible Concerts Programme, which includes relaxed performances and workshops. Watch the video and read more

 

 
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