Whether you are an established artist, hobby recyler or absolute beginner keen to try repurposing, we’d love to exhibit your Upcycled or Repurposed creations.
Entries can be anything from useful household items to beautiful artworks and everyone is encouraged to have a go. Read more…
An exhibition featuring the works of artists who have an intellectual disability and community artists, and celebrating International Day of People with Disability and Disability Awareness Week.
ACTIV ARTS is a collaborative exhibition between the artists from the Willagee Art Group and ACTIV artists who live in Fremantle and surrounding suburbs. Artists of all abilities represent many different mediums of artistic endeavour. The exhibition forms part of the 2013 Fremantle Festival.
Community First is hosting an exhibition of artworks from participants of their Ability Arts Program. They are also holding a series of four free art workshops!
Recently As We Are partnered with the Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID), inviting Western Australian artists of all ages who have an intellectual disability to submit a logo design for their 2014 ASID Conference in Fre- mantle.
We were overwhelmed with entries – in excess of 60 were received!! The entries reflected the many dimension of the nautical “All Aboard” theme: sailing boats, water, marine animals, lighthouses, people enjoying the sunshine and more!
Continuing the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery’s annual survey exhibition of contemporary Western Australian artists, ‘HERE&NOW13’ presents the work of eleven artists with disability:
Katrina Barber, Patrick Carter, Clive Collender, Aquinas Crowe, David Guhl, Tim Maley, Julian Poon, Jane Ryan, Robert Turpin, Lisa Uhl and Robin Warren
Exhibition runs from 27 July – 28 September 2013
The Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID) in partnership with As We Are invites Western Australian artists of all ages who have an intellectual disability to design a logo for the 2014 ASID Conference in Fremantle!
Are you interested in learning about ways for people with disability to engage with the Arts?
Over a series of two sessions Mundaring Arts Centre in partnership with DADAA will present an Arts & Disability Training Workshop, sharing with you their experiences of inclusive practice through the presentation of case studies, discussions and practical scenario based activities.
Connecting Communities Kalamunda is an exciting arts initiative currently seeking artists who have an intellectual disability as well as community artists!
July – December 2013
Fusion Art Project is a great opportunity for people of all abilities to get creative and learn new skills from practising artists in a supportive and stimulating environment. All workshops are free for people with disability and their support person.
As We Are in partnership with the Nulsen Association and Mosaic Community Care recently held the 4th Disability and the Arts Forum, “Inspire, Document, Reproduce & Exhibit: Elevating the Artistic Practice of Artists Who Have an Intellectual Disability” on 24th June 2013 at Perth City Farm.
The Crossover exhibition is a celebration of all the different people that influence and inspire Nulsen.
It is about how we work next to each other.
It is about who we come into contact with within the Nulsen community and other communities we are invited into.
Louise Lodge, As We Are’s curator for the last three years is having a Studio Open day! You are welcome to call in for a chat and a cuppa while you view her diverse collection of art work. Read more…
The Land Down Under Collection
Opened by Mr. Bruce Langoulant, Chairman of the Disability Services Commission
In celebration of World Down Syndrome Day, Western australian Artist David Guhl will be opening his studio and collections for viewing for one day only.