Disability Arts Organisations
is the Development Agency for
Art, Culture and Disability Equality and aims to promote the artistic and
cultural equality of disabled people in the North East England region.
Arts and Disability Forum
exists to facilitate the empowerment of people with
disabilities throughout Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic.
Arts and Disability Ireland
is striving to promote the engagement of people with
disabilities in the arts at the highest level in the Irish Republic.
inspires people with learning
disabilities to achieve their artistic ambitions. Based in South East
Disability Arts Cymru
works with individuals and organisations to celebrate the
diversity of Disabled & Deaf People's arts and culture, and develop equality
across all art forms.
Disability Arts in Shropshire (DASh)
disability arts user led organisation, running arts projects across Shropshire
Disability Arts Online (DAO)
is dedicated to
work by deaf and disabled artists which reflects on disability as a social and
is an arts organisation led by artists with learning
disabilities and is based in London.
Livability Holton Lee
is a venue that aims to empower people, particularly carers
and disabled people, through creativity, environmental awareness, personal
growth and spirituality.
is a disability arts organisation,
aiming to improve access to the arts for deaf and disabled people whilst
supporting deaf and disabled artists to challenge perceptions and promote Deaf
and Disability Culture.
Turtle Key Arts
main objective is participation in the arts for all with
an emphasis on disabled, disadvantaged or socially excluded people.
was at the heart of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad,
celebrating the work of disabled artists on an unprecedented scale. In 2013 Shape and Artsadmin were awarded funding by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland to deliver a new three year programme with Jo Verrent as Senior Producer and key partners including British
, Southbank Centre, DAO and DaDaFest. Between 2014 and 2016 Unlimited will once again support disabled artists creating extraordinary work.