Arts Access Australia

92 Adelaide Street
WA 6160 Australia

Arts Access Australia (AAA) is the peak national body for arts and disability.  Established in 1992, AAA is a disability-led company limited by guarantee, registered under the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission Act 2012, and governed by a volunteer board. We act and speak on behalf of Australian artists, arts workers, participants and audiences with disability, at the national level, to increase opportunities to fully participate in, and contribute to, Australian arts and culture.  We do this through systemic advocacy, sector development and representation, and information provision.  It is an important part of our mission to lead on sustainable and ethical artistic practice, professional and career development, and leadership opportunities for artists and arts workers with disability who are forging professional careers or making art through creative community connections, to create space to share their own stories, or inform and challenge audiences.

Richard England

Level 7, 167 Macquarie Street
NSW 2000 Australia
  • 0419 806 674

Harriett England

Strathborough, 2120 Hollowtree Road
TAS 7140 Australia

Agency Projects

Unit 102, 35 Johnston Street
VIC 3066 Australia

Agency is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander not-for-profit organisation that responds to an identified need expressed by cultural leaders, which resonates with Government priorities, academic research and the voice of innovative philanthropists who care deeply about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, art and Country. Our values align with the foundations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resilience, strength and a desire to share.

We aspire to develop and facilitate new and stable platforms that promote, celebrate and support cultural maintenance, allow Indigenous leadership to thrive, and feature strong participation and economic opportunities for Indigenous people. We will achieve this through strong partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders and communities, by attracting bold and ethical investments, creating inspiring networks of giving, and generating strong engagement and awareness around the cultural, social, economic and environmental impact of our projects.

Our point of difference is that we do not only exist to establish meaningful new connections between Indigenous-led initiatives and social and ethical giving, but also to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, culture and people through the facilitation of bespoke learning opportunities, exhibitions, events, publications, residencies and cultural experiences for audiences in Australia and abroad.