Do you have a lived experience of disability? Are you passionate about the arts? You may be the person we are looking for!
The board of DADAA is a place where your lived experience will be a great asset to the governance of our organisation.
DADAA is currently undergoing significant change and expansion and we are seeking new Board Directors to lead DADAA through this exciting new period.
DADAA follows both the Social and Affirmation Models of Disability in the delivery of its programs. The Social Model views disability as a problem of the built environment and not a medical condition, while the Affirmation Model promotes a non-tragic view of disability.
Both Models address the need for change in society’s values, practices and assumptions in order to remove barriers to full participation and real inclusion of and by people with disability in all facets of their lives.
DADAA is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for positions on the DADAA Board. It is highly desirable for potential new Board members to have a lived experience of disability. We are looking for people with disabilities who work well with others and respect and promote diversity.
Please download the full Expression of Interest information and form below. Please include your CV, if you have one, along with the form.
DADAA Board EOI 2017
DADAA is pleased to invite you to the opening of In Focus 2017 on 6 April 2017 from 5pm. The event will feature a performance by On Track at 4.30pm.
In Focus is the annual exhibition of work created at our Midland hub and is curated by participating artists. Join us for an evening of performance, music art workshops and refreshments.
Venue: Midland Junction Arts Centre, 276 Great Eastern Hwy, Midland.
RSVP: (08) 9250 7633 or email@example.com
Exhibition is open weekdays 11am–3pm until 13 April 2017 and then tours to Wangaree Gallery, Lancelin.
DADAA has teamed up with Circus WA to deliver fun and inclusive workshops for children as part of our Act-Belong-Commit Artlink school holiday program during April this year.
Sanjiva Margio and Nel Simpson will present an exciting holiday program that will include circus skills, improvisational games, slapstick comedy, clowning and physical theatre. Tailored to individual ability, these workshops are guaranteed to be a whole lot of fun, with something for everybody and everyone.
Together Nel and Sanjiva bring a wide range of skills, having worked in theatre, comedy, circus, visual arts and puppetry with a diverse range of companies, people and organisations around Australia and the world.
Dates: Wednesday 19, Thursday 20 and Friday 21 April 2017.
5–12 year olds: 10.30am–12.30pm
12–18 year olds: 1–3pm
Location: Circus WA, 8 Philimore St, Fremantle, WA.
For more information or to enrol contact:
Connla Kerr, Artlink Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 9430 6616 before 3 April 2017.
Arts Access Australia invites expressions of interest for the position of Program Assistant. Working collaboratively with the CEO, you will be an integral part of the team and help us to organise day-to-day operations and deliver strong internal and external communications to our key stakeholders and public.
Please email your expression of interest to: email@example.com by 5:00pm on Monday, 20 March.
Applicants who demonstrate the necessary skills and experience to undertake the role, will be invited to participate in an interview before the end of March.
EOI Arts Access Australia – Program Assistant