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Arts Activated National Conference 2010 : Arts - Access - Excellence
25 - 26 March 2010
The second Arts Activated National Conference was presented by Accessible Arts and bought together leading thinkers, artists, advocates, practitioners and producers from across Australia and overseas, to create dialogue about and showcase examples of excellence in arts and disability.
Over 350 delegates from the arts and disability sectors attended the conference, to debate, network, learn and be stimulated over two days. The program included 80 speakers, 40 breakout sessions, four performance showcases, a pre-conference dance masterclass and an international keynote speaker.
For more information go to the Accessible Arts website.
Theme: Arts - Access - Excellence
The overall theme will focus on arts and access within in the context of excellence. The word 'excellence' will provoke debate and discussion. The conference will raise questions and stimulate delegates through keynote speakers, papers, workshops, panels and performance that focus on innovation, process and practice.
Presentation Focus Areas
Conference presenters, facilitators and artists will address the themes of arts, access and excellence, and will present papers and workshops that illustrate innovation, process and practice. Presentations, workshops and panels will cover the focus areas of:
Who should attend?
Those working in the arts and or disability sectors including:
Accessible Arts hosted the inaugural 'Arts Activated: Leading examples of inclusion of people with disabilities in the arts' conference in 2007 at the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney. The conference aimed to be a celebration for all those passionate about people with disabilities and their active inclusion and participation in the arts. This 2-day conference brought together policy makers, disability arts workers, artists, managers of arts organisations and arts projects to connect with each other and discuss their work. The conference was a huge success with around 150 delegates from both the arts and disability sector attending. Conference highlights included moving and memorable performances by Tim McAllum, Annika Hooper and Aimee Crathern from Tutti Ensemble and the Australian Theatre of the Deaf.
For more information visit http://www.aarts.net.au/projects/arts-activated-conference/
For more information contact Jane Pollard, Education & Training Manager, on tel: (02) 9251 6499 or email: email@example.com.