Arts 4 All

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    where art is for everyone.

    We can!

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    Your support will allow our programs

    to enrich the lives

    of people with a disability

 

2014 Program

 

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Crossroad Arts collaboratively develops opportunities for people who experience a disability, to access and participate in the arts...

 
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We create partnerships with communities across Queensland and the Asia Pacific region to tell stories about those communities....

 
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People with disabilities and partners who join with us in these programs...

 

 
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Participation in the arts can transform people's lives. It strengthens how people feel about themselves and each other...

 

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When was the last time you danced? Crossroad Arts has launched their latest project: Cheek2Cheek We are making big dances, little dances, recording sound installations, exploring creative movement and bringing dance and film together with people of all ages and abilities. We will dance the day away at the BlueCare Respite Centre on Saturday from 10am-12pm. We are kicking off this Saturday the 28th. We will dance the night away on June the 27th in a public spectacular. Come and be a part of it! If Interested Contact: Crossroad Arts on (07) 4953 5122 or email admin@crossroadarts.com.au
06:38 24-03-2015
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WORKSHOPS HAVE BEGUN! As part of Crossroad Arts latest Project Cheek2Cheek, every Friday dancer Simmi Dipanwita facilitates three creative movement workshops at the BlueCare Respite Centre. Call us if you are interested in getting involved on (07) 4953 5122 or email admin@crossroadarts.com.au
05:29 21-03-2015
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In Sendai City, Japan Brenden Borellini met two blind emerging artist who were also interested in photography. Brenden showed them his photographs and discussed the process behind taking each image. The group moved outside and the two artists took photographs of their own. These images were brought back to Australia made into 3D reliefs and then put in the post and sent two artists in Japan. This Friday Brenden will begin an exciting new project, so keep an eye out for updates!
04:24 17-03-2015
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