The exciting new DASH mentoring programme for artists
Artist/s commission opportunity at QUAD
Click here to find out about our digital arts research project with the University of Birmingham
DASH is a Disability led visual 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...
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Mad studies community course
Taking place in Durham, this summer...
A reminder of the exciting commission currently available through the INSIDE project.
The NEW Random Acts Midlands website is now live!
BBC Arts Show
A new arts series for BBC One is under production...
Call for entries
For Imaginary Worlds exhibition at Oriel Davies...
'Me & You' Project - Summer
The Albrighton Trust are looking for young people aged 15 to 25 with disabilities and special needs to take part in their outdoor activity programme.
Curator - job opportunity
Curator role for the Arts Council Collection, National Partners Programme.
Commission opportunity with QUAD and D-Lab in partnership with LEVEL and Junction Arts...
Director role opportunity
Birmingham City University is currently looking for a seasoned and dynamic Director.
Random String Fellowship
Creative technologists; Ludic Rooms, are inviting artists from across disciplines to apply for the Random String Fellowship
Me & You
A Big Lottery Funded Project, aimed at young people aged 15 to 25 with special educational needs and/or disabilities.
Did you know that Rachel Gadsden was the patron of DASH?