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flip Artists documentary

We are very happy to announce some exciting information about our sister organisation – flip Artists. flip Artists was a nine-month initiative set up to support the development of nine disabled artists, whether helping to develop their career or their artistic practice. After the successful completion of this pioneering initiative, flip Artists are ready to […]

flip Artists

flip Artists – an exciting new initiative to support the next generation of disabled artists in Scotland is being launched by flip – Disability Equality in the Arts and national arts organisations. The initiative is running for one year and artists are invited to apply by the XX of November and will tak epart in […]

flip are seeking a PA

Flip – disability equality in the arts are seeking a pro-active Personal Assistant with excellent communication skills to provide assistance and project support. Robert Gale – one of the directors of flip – is disabled and uses a wheelchair. The aim of the Personal Assistant job is to provide assistance as required by Robert with […]

Opportunity in BSL interpretation for theatre

Do you work as a BSL theatre interpreter in Scotland? Would you be interested in doing so? flip are working with the National Theatre of Scotland in offering you the opportunity to join in a national conversation about British Sign Language interpretation in theatre, and to discuss current practice and explore future developments as a […]

We want Mystery Shoppers

flip have been asked by a number of arts organisations to arrange mystery shopping visits to give them feedback on how accessible their events really are. So, if you – Are a disabled person, live in or near Glasgow and are happy to go along to an arts event and then provide a written report […]

Applied Equalities Legislation – 5th July 2012, Edinburgh

Edinburgh on Thursday, 5 July 2012 9.30 – 1.30 am Practical training to inform organisations of the recent developments in relation to equalities legislation and to examine practical cases. How does the Equality Act 2010 impact on your organisation, its day to day running and future planning? What cases and precedents have occurred since its […]

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