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Arts Access

The following links are courtesy of Arts Access UK who support arts organisations that have become more accessible and who encourage disabled people to participate more in the arts.

AMICI Dance Theatre Company is a professional dance theatre company integrating able-bodied, disabled artists and performers.

Anjali Dance Company is a professional contemporary dance company. All Anjali's dancers have a learning disability.

Ants in your Pants dyslexic community artists.

Art + Power - a group of disabled people working together in Bristol.

The Art House - an organisation which supports disabled and non-disabled artists and craftspeople aspiring to develop their professional practice.

Arts Access UK creating equality of opportunity for disabled people in all aspects of the arts.

artsline disability access information service to the arts, leisure and entertainment.

Art Through Touch provides a range of art activities for people who are blind and visually impaired.

Blue Eyed Soul West Midlands leading integrated community Dance Company performing throughout the UK.

Calderdale Disability Arts Website offers information regarding disability arts, and provides a place on the Internet for artists from the Calderdale area to show their work.

Carousel, creative arts by and with people with learning difficulties and disabilities.

Create! web site, a place to find out about the arts for disabled people in Norfolk and beyond.

Disability Now campaigning newspaper and disability web site, giving a whole range of useful information: news and feature articles, adverts, links, an archive and a chat forum.

Equata organisation of disabled people promoting equality and access within the arts, primarily in the South West.

First Movement experimental arts organisation developing projects which uniquely reflect the experiences, choices and abilities of learning disabled people.

Full Circle Arts promotes and supports actions throughout the arts that acknowledge and combat the multiple forms of discrimination that disabled people face.

Odyssey Theatre - a community theatre group run by Hijinx which includes people with learning disabilities.

Heart'n Soul is a dynamic arts organisation offering creative opportunities to people with learning disabilities.

The London Disability Arts Forum (LDAF) was founded in 1986 by a group of disabled people frustrated by the lack of provision for disability in the arts world.

Mental Health Media uses all media to promote people's voices in order to reduce the discrimination and prejudice surrounding mental health and learning difficulties.

North West Disability Arts Forum a Disabled and Deaf People's arts organisation run by and for Disabled and Deaf people to facilitate the active participation of Disabled and Deaf people in all aspects of the Arts and creative industries, and both promote and celebrate Disability and Deaf Arts and Culture. Based in Liverpool City Centre, they cover Merseyside, Cheshire, and work throughout the U.K.

Oily Cart provides theatre precisely devised for specific, vital, and otherwise neglected audiences, drawing on a vast array of theatrical styles and techniques.

Project Ability established in 1984, is a Glasgow based Arts Company specialising in creating opportunities for disabled people to gain access to the visual arts.

Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) offers practical support and advice to anyone with a sight problem.

Salamanda Tandem uses a sensory approach to work across boundaries with a wide spectrum of people through performance, training and participation.

Salsa Challenge Cuba has been devised to raise funds for The Drake Music Project (Reg. Charity No 1034374), the leading UK charity creating musical opportunities for disabled adults and children.

Wolf + Water Arts Company use arts techniques creatively and as part of the therapeutic process with groups who are socially, mentally or physically challenged.


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