The Department of Ability Poster (Comic)

The Department of Ability

30th October 2015 admin 0

My name is Dan proud father to the incredible, strong, funny action seeking Emily who uses a wheelchair and has Spina Bifida.
When Emily was small she said “i don’t see wheelchairs on the telly..are they allowed?” GULP…WOW…what a statement!

DCN - Signing of Memorandum © Iain Duncan/RAF Museum

Press Release – Breaking Down Barriers with a New Museum Network

29th October 2015 admin 0

Heritage and Culture Warwickshire is a lead partner in a new initiative, working together with Leicester University School of Museum Studies and the Horniman Museum and Gardens, London and RAF Museum, Hendon.
The Disability Co-operative Network aims to share knowledge from around and beyond the Heritage sector to break down barriers for people with disabilities.

Cultivate - Sowing the seeds in a pot

Disabled Artists Given Opportunity To Cultivate Their Creative Talents!

19th October 2015 admin 0

Shropshire based disability arts organisation DASH, have launched a new initiative this Autumn. Cultivate, is a bold and unique mentoring programme for disabled artists in the West Midlands. Disabled visual artists are now encouraged to discover more information!

The Jew of Malta production photos_ 2015_Photo by Ellie Kurttz - Copyright the Royal Shakespeare Company

Royal Shakespeare Company Announces Its First British Sign Language Theatre Tour

10th October 2015 admin 0

The Royal Shakespeare Company, RSC will host its first British Sign Language theatre tour to coincide with the Swan Theatre’s first British Sign Language interpreted show of Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta on September 8.

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