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Archive for February, 2012

flip training on behalf of the Equality Network

Over the next month flip will be delivering training on half of the Equality Network that looks at the intersectional barriers faced by disabled LGB/T people.  See below for full info and links to the booking forms.   FREE Training for Public and Voluntary Sector Service Providers This training will give you the knowledge and awareness required […]

Project Ability 2012 Residency Scheme: Call for proposals

Project Ability is offering six Glasgow based visual artists the opportunity to apply for a one month residency in our studios in Trongate 103. www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/2012-residency-scheme-call-for-proposals Our workshop is fully accessible and applications are particularly welcomed from artists who have a disability. The successful artists will have access to workshop space and production facilities five days a week […]

InSync leadership development programme

InSync Diversity should be about opening up and expanding our thinking, with everyone benefiting from different perspectives and alternative points of view.That’s why this week Sync – a leadership development programme funded by Arts Council England – is expanding its membership to everyone interested in leadership and diversity through a strand called InSync. So why […]

DaDaFest Wins The Lever Prize 2012!

DaDaFest Wins The Lever Prize 2012!   DaDaFest 2012, the UK’s largest Disability and Deaf Arts Festival, has scooped this year’s prestigious £10,000 Lever Prize award. DaDa – Disability and Deaf Arts, who organise DaDaFest, became the seventh organisation to receive the annual accolade.  DaDaFest will be taking place in Liverpool from 13th July – […]

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