We live and work on the unceded lands of the Dharug People. We respect and acknowledge Dharug Elders, past, present and emerging.
Outlandish Arts supports calls to increase the healthcare sector’s capacity to care for Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people, especially during times of crisis. In addition, we underline the urgent need for disabled leaders to be at the table when talking about how we, as a society, respond to pandemics and other emergencies such as floods and fires. Outlandish Arts stands in solidarity with all those trying to build a society that places care for one and other at its heart.
We are thrilled that our virtual reality project, FIRE has begun its journey as an installation showing at the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre in Moruya, NSW in March and at the Red Dirt Poetry Festival in Mparntwe/Alice Springs, NT in August 2022.
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An access doc or access ‘rider’ is a document that outlines your access requirements. You might make one so that you can give it to galleries, institutions or organisations when you start working with them on a project to let them know what you need them to facilitate to make sure you have equal access to work.