We live and work on the unceded lands of the Darug People. We respectfully acknowledge Darug Elders, past, present and emerging.


Outlandish Arts recognises that COVID-19 is not just a public health crisis, it is a crisis that may have severe economic, social and cultural consequences and touch many sectors – so every sector and every individual must be involved in the fight to prevent infections, save lives and minimize impact. We are concerned by the impact of COVID-19 on the arts industry in Australia and particularly on disability arts organisations and Deaf and disabled artists across all communities. We stand with our peak arts bodies in advocating for a range of urgent measures. These include government implementation of an ambitious and well-funded stimulus package specific to the arts sector in response to industry advice. We also support calls to rapidly increase the healthcare sector’s capacity to care for disabled people. In addition, we underline the urgent need for disabled leaders to be at the table when talking about how we respond to this emergency. 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 is installed at the 2022 Red Dirt Poetry Festival in Mparntwe/Alice Springs from 4 – 7 August 2022.

We Support the Al.Di.Qua. Artists Manifesto

Outlandish Arts’ Online Shop

We invite you to our shop where we showcase art by disabled artists. Over the next year, we will be showcasing the Macky Collection featuring artwork by Kayl Cocks.

Pen drawing by Kayl Cocks.
A photographic proof of a man holding a mobile phone and talking. His glasses are pushed up on top of his head. He has been circled in red pen.

Maps – a video poem by Abhishek Anicca

A black woman talking or singing into a mic on stage

When I think of Home by Cheryl Martin

Stay tuned for the next Outlandish Arts – Free House gig at the Red Rattler… ODDS-ON

Watch Joshua Campton’s video poem made for the 2020 Red Dirt Poetry Festival

Resources for D/deaf and Disabled Artists and Arts Workers

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.

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