Below are projects that DASH is currently working on, for past projects take a look at our timeline in the About Us section. Please call 01743 272939 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
The Incorrigibles: Perspectives on Disability Visual Arts in the 20th and 21st Centuries
'The Incorrigibles' is DASH's first publication. It is a book about artists being artists; a celebration of difference, it is about the will to survive as artists, it is about humanity, the fact that art unites us all as human beings, and that Disability Art is here and now!
Awkward Bastards - ABsence
ABsence is a two day event featuring masterclasses and a symposium taking place at mac birmingham on 22 and 23 March 2017 bringing together artists, activists, thinkers, and producers to rethink ideas around diversity. The symposium is a collaboration between DASH, mac birmingham and LADA.
Audio Description Training
Join DASH and Disability Arts Cymru for an interactive training day designed to build your knowledge and awareness of disability equality in museums, galleries and cultural centres, specifically in relation to welcoming and supporting blind and partially sighted visitors and artists. We will be focusing on the skills necessary for describing artworks, through practical exercises.
Beyond The Frame Symposium 23rd November
A practical symposium bringing together Disabled artists and galleries to learn about the Tu Fewn commissioning project, network and shape future projects.
Tu Fewn - an exciting development opportunity for arts organisations in Wales to commission new high quality work by Disabled visual artists from across the UK and Internationally.
The exciting mentoring programme from DASH (2015-2018).
In partnership with five mainstream galleries, commissioning five Disabled Artists to create new work for exhibition.
Daniel Regan & Antonia Atwood making new work relating to themes of mental wellbeing and safe spaces... Plus Juan delGado, with Altered Landscapes...
The Awkward Bastards symposium at mac birmingham in March 2015 - it was the culmination of the three year project, IN - Disability Arts 'In' the Mainstream.
SID - Shropshire Inclusive Dance
SiD is comprised of independent movement artists committed to inclusive dance practice.
Disability Art and Equality Training
A new venture for DASH, our workshops are funded by the Shropshire Council Arts Service. .