A range of artsy things to do, including creative art therapy workshops, individual art sessions, creative coaching, open studios and retreats. Workshops include but are not limited to creative journaling, painting and terrarium making
For emerging artists with a disability to develop skills and increase confidence – focus on arts, health and wellbeing
Arts Access Victoria is a leading art and disability organisation, giving everybody the opportunity to participate and express themselves. Their services include disability lead advocacy, community arts and development programs and professional development programs. There are so many ways you can get involved across many different locations.
Accessible music programs at the Arts Centre Melbourne for children, young people and families with disabilities
Screens/games exhibitions, movies, special touring exhibitions, film festivals, Family Sundays (free event including different activities on the first Sunday of every month): perfect for those who are interested in film, games and just loves movies in general!
A range of concerts, plays, musicals and theatre shows to enjoy throughout the year
e.motion21 provides Australian-first, innovative dance and fitness programs for children and young adults with Down syndrome.
Theatrical activities catered for adults with an intellectual disability. There are performance opportunities, weekly drama workshops, as well as activities in collaboration with other drama groups
A range of workshops, performances, and art exhibitions
InMove performing arts aims to create a community which supports the inclusion and participation of people of all abilities in the community, through a creative and exciting form of artistic expression. Free trial classes available. All Programs are specifically designed by an Occupational Therapist with experience in Performance and Dance Teaching.
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