Two commissions realised and the other three now underway. Collectively working towards the Symposium at mac birmingham in March 2015.
We are pleased to have now revealed preliminary details of the three Tu Fewn commissions in Wales.
Art Express is our newest project! DASH will be taking visual arts workshops across the county. Animation, Photoshop, portrait painting... Just some of the workshops we are currently programming!
DASH is a Disability Arts organisation. We commission exciting new work by disabled visual artists; we run workshops; mentoring for artists and training.
Working in Partnership
We work with arts organisations across the UK to create new art and opportunities.
We support the development of Disabled Artists through projects and opportunities.
We collaborate with galleries to commission new work by Disabled artists and develop new audiences.
How can we help?
Contact us we are open to offer advice and develop new partnerships and much more...
Recent blog articles - Visit blog
Creative Industry Finance programme
A programme designed to assist creative enterprises in securing finance and investment to successfully develop and grow into sustainable businesses.
Live Art Development Agency news
The Only Way Home Is Through the Show: The Performance Work of Lois Weaver [working title] by Lois Weaver and Jen Harvie.
Street art interacting with nature
For some of us, it's often hard to admire street art when it's scribbles and profanities...
BBC must seize an opportunity
The BBC intend to quadruple the number of disabled people on our televisions by the year 2017.
Charity competition from Spirit
An exciting new competition has now opened for submissions, having been launched by charity Spirit.
DASH seeking new trustees
Could you join our committed, energetic and exciting board of trustees?
Nicola Lane begins her journey
Artist filmmaker Nicola Lane begins the creative journey of her IN commission.
A Woodside Home - reminder
Shropshire and Telford Disability Arts group Arty Party are preparing to present the public with a fabulous and thought provoking show all about home and community.
Human Rights Tour
Run by the British Institute for Human Rights; a series of free, UK-wide 'pop-up' events in local communities to raise awareness about human rights.
Euan's Guide: Disabled Access Reviews
A disabled access review website and app, which should certainly be explored!
Ryan gander exhibition
Make Every Show Like It's Your Last. On display at Manchester Art Gallery until 14th September.
Artists of Autism
In association with The Art House Wakefield and Anna Kennedy Online. An Awareness, Acceptance, Educational and Positively Encouraging Event!