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15 May 2012

Arts Access Australia

Arts Access Australia (AAA) is the national peak body for arts and disability. They work to increase opportunities and access for people with disability as artists, arts-workers, participants and audiences. 

Established in 1992, AAA is a disability-led company limited by guarantee. The CEO and at least 50% of the board members identify as a person with disability. Their members include state based arts and disability organisations, individual artists, arts-workers and arts leaders with disability; and others within the wider arts and cultural sector.

AAA aims for a future where every Australian has equality of opportunity to participate in, and contribute to, arts and culture fully, effectively, meaningfully and equitably. They listen to the varied voices, and respond to the needs, of their members and the wider Australian arts and disability community, to increase opportunities nationally for artists, arts workers, and audiences with disability to fully participate in, and contribute to,  Australian arts and culture.