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Latest newsletter: #11 Inclusive music teaching, autism-friendly performances and Outsider Art
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'The last remaining avant-garde movement'
Photograph: Ivo Poort
Inclusive Music Teaching at the Conservatory of AmsterdamRead more
Aruna and the Raging Sun
Large-scale outdoor performance in Chennai, IndiaRead more
Photograph: Jessica Wyld
Explore the growing trend of making work accessible to autistic audiencesRead more
Film: Two approaches to developing disabled access in galleries & museumsRead more
Photo: Estelle Valente
Country Profile: Portugal
Director of Acesso Cultura, Maria Vlachou on the arts & disability and access initiatives in PortugalRead more
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- Read more in our Blogs and Case Studies about how artists and arts organisations are working together to make excellent work and grow and develop this vibrant arts sector
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Featured Profiles View all
Candoco Dance Company
Candoco produces excellent and profound contemporary dance for audiences and participants that excites, challenges and broadens perceptions of art and ability. Read more
CiM Dance Company
Professional, contemporary, dance company which joins together interpreters with and without disability, promoting a unique approach to inclusion while aiming for high artistic standards. Read more
Latest blogs Visit blog
A relaxed environment: welcoming autistic audiences to arts events
My Music Ability: Inclusive Music Teaching