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.
Curatorial Commission Call
DASH, Arnolfini, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) and Midlands Art Centre (MAC) are working together on a three-year programme of curatorial commissions, providing individual residencies for three artists/curators who identify as Disabled people.
Call for Evaluator - DASH Curatorial Commissions
DASH seeks an evaluation professional to work with DASH, Arnolfini, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) and Midlands Art Centre (MAC) on the evaluation of three Curatorial Commissions 2018 - 2021
New Visual Arts Project for Young People aged 16-25
DASH are inviting young people aged 16-25 to get involved in a new arts project which will allow them develop creative and curatorial skills.
As part of our 2018-2022 NPO funding, DASH are working with three galleries to offer 3 residencies for Disabled curators.
DASH was delighted to support PROCESSIONS, a mass participation artwork to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which gave the first British women the right to vote.
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 was 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 was a collaboration between DASH, mac birmingham and LADA.
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.
The Digital Humanities Hub at the University of Birmingham in partnership with DASH (a disability led arts organisation based in Shropshire) have been successful in receiving AHRC funding through their Digital Transformations Programme, for their new project D2ART: Transforming Disability Arts Through Digital Technologies
In partnership with QUAD, Derby and New Art Exchange, Nottingham, DASH have commissioned two new artworks.
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.
Disability Art and Equality Training
DASH offer a selection of training courses: Disability Equality Training, Audio Description Training, and Accessible Marketing training. Contact us to see how we can help your venue to be more inclusive. .