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External Links

2010 Year of Health and Wellbeing website The Year of Health & Wellbeing 2010 is a fantastic opportunity for Liverpool and the City Region to discover the importance of health and wellbeing and the role it plays in adding life to years and years to life.

The Bluecoat The Bluecoat is the oldest building in Liverpool city centre with a rich arts and culture heritage. It is also the building in which DaDa-Disability & Deaf Arts is based.  

Liverpool Biennial - Inter-View

liverpool 08 The Liverpool Culture Company is the organisation set up by Liverpool City Council to deliver the culture programme up to and beyond 2008.

Disability Arts Online DAO is dedicated to work by deaf and disabled artists which reflects on disability as a social and political construct. DAO values the Social Model of Disability as a tool which has helped us, as disabled artists, to reclaim who we are

National Disability Arts Forum NDAF is the national umbrella of Disability Arts organisations. Their on-line newsletter, ETCETERA, is a must read.

awakening festival Something to think about - Awakenings is the only regional disability arts festival in Australia!

MAiLOUT is the only national magazine featuring and celebrating all aspects of participatory and community arts. It started 14 years ago in the Midlands before 'going nationwide' in 1991, with a new issue every two months.

ONTECA Onteca is an interactive media company. ONTECA produceS content and training materials for the New Media, Creative Arts and Computer Games Industries. ONTECA is particularly interested in the application of novel technologies and content to support learning in schools, communities and higher education.

North West Vision Are you a film maker? Looking for advice? funding? opportunities? The North West Vision may be able to help.

OUCH! The BBC page for Disabled people - full of news, views, entertainment, humour - and there's a message board!

BBC Blast! BBC creates opportunities for young people to get involved in the arts - and NWDAF are working in partnership with them!

BOBBY Is a website accessible? Check using Bobby!

Arts Council England The regional Arts boards are no more. Visit this site to what's taken their place!

Laurence Clark Visit and make a donation to the All Star Charity Show!

Alison Lapper The home page of Alison Lapper, artist and photographer. Catch up with what Alison is doing and see her art.

Mat Fraser The home page of the one and only Mat Fraser - keep up to date on what Mat is getting up to and down to.

The Nasty Girls The Nasty Girls were formed when some frustrated, bitter and cynical Disabled / Deaf women got together to take the p*** out of anything that annoyed them. They devise, write and perform their own material and specialise in carboard characters, overblown egos, cheap laughs and slapstick.

Drake Music Project From hip hop to classical, jazz to rock and roll, the Drake Music Project is a national charity that is committed to providing the opportunity for disabled people to explore, compose and perform their own music.

SHARE Music SHARE Music offers a range of music courses for people with physical and sensory impairments.

Foundation for Community Dance Want dance information - and more? Here's the place to go!

Big House Theatre A theatre company formed to address the number of disabled people currently working in theatre compared to their percentage in society.

Stagetext Stagetext offers listings of captioned plays throughout the country.

Theatre Workshop By promoting access and excellence through all aspects of its performance and education work, Theatre Workshop brings compelling stories to audiences throughout Scotland and beyond in the last uncensored space - the theatre.

Centre for Disability Studies Based at Leeds University, a centre of excellence for research and information on Disability Rights, Society and History.

Writernet If you're a writer - there's so much useful information and so many links - you'd be a fool not to visit it!

Merseyside ACME See what's going on in the Arts and Creative Industries sector on Merseyside.

Disability Film Festival Each year the festival shows the best work of Disabled film makers from around the world.

DAIL Magazine Read about all that's going on in Disability Arts in London magazine.

London Disability Arts Forum LDAF - Disability Arts in the capital.

Extant Extant is the first performing arts organisation in the UK, managed for and by blind professional arts practitioners, who seek to promote the arts and culture of the visually impaired community.

The Lear Foundation Disability Arts Research and links. Aiming to archive and record Disability Arts in the UK.

PRISM Arts Disability Arts in Cumbria.

Stalking Histories A meeting place for Disabled and Deaf artists. Share your work and talk with other artists.-->

The International Guild of Disabled Artists and Performers First met in May 2002 - this organisation promises to bring together Disabled and Deaf Artists from all over the world!

Arcadea Near Hadrian's Wall - Disability and Deaf Arts in the North East.

Full Circle Arts Disability Arts in Greater Manchester and the North West.

BRITISH DEAF ASSOCIATION For all the latest information about the British Deaf Association, British Sign Language and the Deaf community.

CHANGE An organisation led by people with learning difficulties - if you want to know how to make your information clear and accessible this is the place to go.

The British Council of Disabled People Based in Derby, BCODP has over 100 member groups and is a mine of information on Disability Rights and Issues. Arts About Manchester's website for information and opportunities in the North West.

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