DASH, 5 Belmont,
Shropshire SY1 1TE
Cultivating spaces for extraordinary artists
United Against Cuts to Arts Education
DASH adds signature to open letter to Gavin Williamson
Awkward Bastards are Back!
Awkward Bastards at Home: Watch all five of a series of films commissioned by DASH
Supporting Disabled Artists during Covid-19
led visual arts organisation. We commission exciting new work by disabled visual artists; we run workshops; mentoring for artists and training.
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Working in Partnership
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.
Sonia Boué and Jennifer Gilbert will be in conversation about Sonia’s Neurophototherapy Project
The Walkie Talkies by Michelle Baharier
A series of 10 digital collages by Michelle Baharier from the 8 June, available via Disability Arts Online
Job: “Dialogue Experience”
Muse Projects Community Interest Company invite blind and visually impaired persons aged 16 -24 years to join their team in the international social and cultural exhibition “Dialogue Experience."
Paul Atherton on Homelessness
Disabled homeless artist, Paul Atherton on the causes of homelessness and his take on Boris Johnson's 'Everyone In' scheme.