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DASH is a Disability led visual arts organisation. We commission exciting new work by disabled visual artists; we run workshops; mentoring for artists and training.
Working in Partnership
We work with arts organisations across the UK to create new art and opportunities.
We support the development of Disabled Artists through projects and opportunities.
We collaborate with galleries to commission new work by Disabled artists and develop new audiences.
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Creative Conversations launch will be an inspiring afternoon of speakers and presentations of national creative projects for older people including We engAGE, Duckie and Curious Shoes. We invite anyone aged 55+ or who works with older people to come along.
Marketing Assistant - Live and Local
£16,772 to £18,251 subject to experience (full time/ 35 hrs per week/ flexi-time) with supplementary payments for any additional weekend and unsociable hours worke
'Unknown Places explores how we can navigate, compose and find comfort within the unknown.
Research Student Seeks Participants for Inclusive Arts Practice Study.
MA student Jessica Starns is currently studying Inclusive Arts Practice at Brighton University and is seeking ten neurodiverse participants to take part in her research.
AA2A Scheme open to new applicants
The Artists Access to Art Colleges scheme is accepting applications to over 50 colleges for October 2018 to April 2019. DASH is an AA2A Disability Champion.
Art Shape Offer Inclusive Arts Leadership Course
Art Shape, based in Gloucestershire, are offering a Level 3 accredited course to gain the relevant skills to promote and deliver inclusive practice in your arts discipline.
Administrator Post with Live & Local
Live & Local are seeking a full time administrator.
Blog from Edel Slawson - DASH Processions 2
Participant Edel Slawson updates us on her feelings about Processions following the March in Cardiff on June 10 2018.
Blog from Edel Slawson - DASH Processions
Edel Slawson talks about her involvement with DASH's PROCESSIONS workshops and what the project means to her.
Blog from Mary Lewis - DASH Processions
Mary Lewis has been attending the PROCESSIONS women's workshops organised by DASH. Find out how the sessions have made a real difference to her and her crafting community.
Trainee Programme Assistant opportunity at New Art Gallery Walsall
New Art Gallery Walsall are seeking a disabled Trainee Programme Assistant to undertake a 9-month part-time placement at the venue.
Blog from Jean Green - DASH PROCESSIONS project
Jean Green tells us about what the PROCESSIONS project means to her