Cultivating spaces for extraordinary artists
DASH is a Disabled led visual arts organisation. We commission exciting new work by disabled visual artists; we run workshops; mentoring for artists and training.

Working in Partnership

Workshops, commissions, mentoring...
Selected films, guides and other useful info
DASH supports visual artists who self define as Disabled. From emerging to established artists, through mentoring, project management and commissioning new work.
Take a delve into our archive, stretching back to 1992.

Blog Articles

Paid Opportunity for Artists
Watts Gallery – Artists' Village seek artist for a collaborative project - Art & Action: Making Change in Victorian Britain
Associates Programme at Open School East
Open School East seek applications from emerging artists, makers, producers, researchers and writers of all generations to join the eighth year of the school's independent, self-directed and outward-facing development programme.
Digital Commissions: It Gets Lighter from Here
Commission for up to seven rural West Midlands artists to create sixty seconds of digital content responding to the provocation ‘It Gets Lighter From Here’ alongside their rural context.
Hello Culture Remix: Are You Experienced? Keynote with Kris Halpin.
Join Kris Halpin aka Dyskinetic, a Cyborg Disabled Musician, for this keynote exploring culture, digital and disability in lockdown