What We Offer

What We Offer

DaDa-Disability and Deaf Arts aims to be culturally relevant and strives to deliver a programme of activities that engage with people from all backgrounds and ages.


Our programme is planned on an annual basis.  Here is the latest information on one of our current projects:

Disability Equality and the Visual Arts Research

DaDa-Disability & Deaf Arts was commissioned by Arts Council England's three Northern regions, (Yorkshire, North East and North West), to undertake a four-month research and development programme. The intention of the research was to articulate and raise awareness as to the skills, talents and practices of visual artists who are disabled and Deaf, and to enable a greater understanding, and appreciation of the range of work and creativity, disabled people bring to the arts and to embed Disability Equality practice into working practices of the visual arts sector'.

In order to provide a clear understanding of how the visual arts sector engages with Disabled and Deaf artists and practitioners across the three northern regions, the research focus was to identify current provision that specifically targeted disabled and Deaf artists/practitioners across the three Northern regions. Findings from the research are due to be published October 2009.


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