DASH, 5 Belmont,
Shropshire SY1 1TE
Cultivating spaces for extraordinary artists
Let's talk about language
A blog from Michèle Taylor, Ramps on the Moon Director for Change Deliberately provocative. Sometimes wrong. Open to debate.
FREE - Arts Council funding information event - Wed 10 July at 11:00am
With DASH featuring Disabled Artists, Mentors and Bryony Windsor from the Arts Council England at the MAC, Cannonhill, Bimingham
BLOG: In praise of Awkward Bastards - Mike Layward DASH
‘If you don’t belong anywhere you belong everywhere’ Ashok Mistry
Launch of All-In, our inclusive youth dance programme for 12-19 year olds in Shropshire
We are thrilled to launch our new inclusive youth dance project ‘All-In’
Jean Green shares her poem about the suffragette march
DASH's Artistic Director on Katharine Araniello
Blog from Edel Slawson - DASH Processions 2
Participant Edel Slawson updates us on her feelings about Processions following the March in Cardiff on June 10 2018.
Blog from Edel Slawson - DASH Processions
Edel Slawson talks about her involvement with DASH's PROCESSIONS workshops and what the project means to her.
Blog from Mary Lewis - DASH Processions
Mary Lewis has been attending the PROCESSIONS women's workshops organised by DASH. Find out how the sessions have made a real difference to her and her crafting community.
Blog from Jean Green - DASH PROCESSIONS project
Jean Green tells us about what the PROCESSIONS project means to her
Emily Davison by Rose Foran
This moving poem has been sent in by Rose Foran, along with a beautiful piece of embroidery for the DASH PROCESSIONS project. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have at DASH.
Artist Tanya Raabe Webber tells us about work at her Shrewsbury based studio supporting Disabled artists.
DASH PROCESSIONS Workshop 1 - Guest blog by Anne Marie Lagram
Find out what happened in the first of our PROCESSIONS workshops
DASH PROCESSIONS - Guest blog by Anne Marie Lagram
Read about the Artists' Suffrage League, the 'Mud March' and
Perspectives on Disability Visual Arts in the 20th and 21st Centuries.
Altered Landscapes - review by Pearl Findlay
An exploration of Juan delGado's exhibition...