Young DaDa-Disability and Deaf Arts

Young DaDa-Disability and Deaf Arts

Young DaDa Exhibition

Tuesday 15th November - Monday 5th December 2011

An exhibition showcasing the creative achievements of young disabled and deaf people aged 13-19 in workshops run by DaDa during 2011. To find out more visit the Young DaDa Exhibition page.

Young DaDa Steering Group

We run a quarterly steering group of  young Disabled and/or d/Deaf people (13 - 19 years old) to inform and lead decision-making processes for our Young People's programme. The role as a steering group member is voluntary but travel expenses and access support will be covered when attending events or meetings as part of the role. The group will meet four times a year, but are likely to have responsibilities between meetings.

To find out more, download the job description as a word document or pdf and get in touch by emailing [email protected] or calling 0151 703 2258.

We have completed the first year of DaDaLive working with Fuse Theatre and Fittings Multimedia Arts. The first DaDaLive performance was held on the 28th May at Tate Liverpool, click on the DaDaLive tab to find out more.

We are also, believe it or not, starting to think about this year's annual Young DaDaFest!

Keep checking the website for information about new projects and how to join in.

Please feel free to contact us with any ideas or questions.

Young DaDa-Disability and Deaf Arts develop and run arts projects for young people.

Over 1000 young people have taken part in Dance, DJ-ing, Film making, Poetry, Theatre, Writing, Visual Arts and Music events.

We have lots of opportunities for young people throughout the year. We also celebrate the work of the young people at Young DaDaFest, where the young people can win a DaDaAward. (See Young DaDaFest tab for previous years details)

If you would like to know more, please contact: [email protected]

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