The BBC is looking for young musicians
The BBC is looking for young people to apply to be ‘Young Musician 2020’. This is a great opportunity for young people. The BBC is keen to get applications from young disabled musicians. Easy-Read-Online created this easy read application pack for them. Click here to download it.
Apply for the 2019/20 Unlimited Traineeship
We are delighted to announce that our annual opportunity to join the Unlimited team for a 12-month traineeship based at Shape Arts in London is now open!
The Unlimited Traineeship provides a brilliant opportunity for a disabled person to gain hands-on experience of delivering a major artist commissioning programme. It will encompass a number of roles in assisting artists’ projects, from marketing to event management and project evaluation.
Deadline for applications: 12 Noon, 22 July 2019
Download the full information pack here and apply for the role here.
Enquiries (including information on submitting your application in an alternative format) please contact the Programme Manager, Isabella Tulloch, by either emailing [email protected]or calling 0207 424 7330.
Swansea University is currently advertising:
Application deadline – July 30th 2019
Launching in October 2019, the Cultural Institute at Swansea University is offering two Creativity Fellowships for professional artists of any practice/medium (including but not limited to writers, visual artists, performers, makers, musicians) to create a new work inspired by cutting-edge academic research at the university.
Each 12-month fellowship includes a stipend of £10,000 (plus travel and accommodation expenses of up to £1200) paid in three instalments across the fellowship year. The Creativity Fellows will each engage with a specific research project, collaborating with the lead academic and their team to create a new work of art to be delivered, performed/exhibited in the December following the fellowship period.
The Creativity Fellows will also be expected to hold at least 3 public work-in-progress sessions in Swansea with the lead academic of their chosen research project, as well as one student workshop and one community workshop.
Annual General Meeting Event
Monday July 1st 4pm
The Council Chamber, The Temple of Peace,
King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3AP
Please do join us at this year’s AGM at the lovely Temple of Peace in Cardiff. We are delighted that artist Cerys Knighton will be talking about her fascinating pointilism art work and her current exhibition, Bipolarity, at The Gate in Cardiff.
Refreshments will be served and this will be a great opportunity to network with DAC staff and other members.
We look forward to seeing you on July 1st. If you have any questions please email:[email protected]
or telephone 029 2055 1040
Are you a parent about to begin teaching your child how to drive?
Are you a young adult aged 17 – 21 being taught how to drive by your parents?
AGB Films is looking for a charismatic cast of teens and their parents for an exciting and funny new fact ent show, for a major UK broadcaster………
They are particularly interested in hearing from people from minority groups.
If you are interested please contact – [email protected]
Thank you to all our supporters who are raising funds for us when using the Easy Fundraising site to shop on line.
We have raised £149.86 so far.
If you haven’t signed up yet please visit http://efraising.org/BwL9Gq2fLs
You can also raise funds for us if you shop on line through Amazon Smile. We have raised £29.38 so far.
If you haven’t signed up yet please visit https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/charity/homepage.html and nominate DAC as your chosen charity
Thank you for supporting DAC
Our groundbreaking photo travel app, gives visitors an advance look inside public venues, enabling the user to check out if it is suitable for their interests or needs, including families with young children, older citizens, or individuals with a wide range of impairments.
Please have a look at what we do –
See Around Britain & See Around Europe form a huge photo gazetteer throughout the UK and Ireland and mainland Europe, designed for everybody, including disabled people, to help decide if a venue will be suitable for visits.
Everything from transport access to washroom facilities can be viewed in a series of photographs of the venue. View the suitability and accessibility before you plan to visit or arrive at the venue.
Touch Trust provides person-centered sessions, which contain a varied programme, including music, movement, massage and relaxation. We also employ sensory integration techniques, such as focusing on proprioceptive awareness.
We are inclusive and open to all ages and abilities. Many of our “Guests” are on the autistic spectrum, have learning disabilities or other complex needs. We celebrate the successes and abilities of our Guests, regardless of how nuanced these may be. we promote creative expression, communication and self-esteem, encouraging our Guests to achieve their potential in our supportive environment. Above all, we foster a fun and enjoyable atmosphere!
Why not come along to find out what’s on each week? You can also visit us on our facebook page (www.facebook.com/TouchTrust) or call us on 02920635660 for more information
The Big MaDCaff Project has started – now we need YOU
Yes, very excitingly, we have begun work on the project and now all we need is several dozen volunteers, a load of venues, lots of training, a sackful of cake and a jamboree of Musicians, Dancers and performers of any kind.
Click here for more information about this exciting project