For a disabled artists’ view of disability and deaf arts culture
The blog section of the DAO website provides disabled artists and writers with a space to give our readers an inside view of their art practice, share thoughts and receive comments and feedback.
These blogs provide an informative and entertaining insight into how disability and impairment are experienced from a disability perspective.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in these pages are not necessarily those of DAO.
January 3, 2017 - by Richard Downes
Walking up the hill this morning (14.12.2016) i saw a moon and shot it with a camera. In my head i was reciting Autumn Almanac: 'I like my football on a Saturday. Roast beef on Sunday. Alright'.
Sparked into reverie by consideration of a chapter in Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink; The Colour of the Blues, In
December 20, 2016 - by Colin Hambrook
When you look at DAO you’re only seeing a half of the work we’re doing to support the disability arts sector. 2016 has been an incredibly productive and busy time for us at DAO. The year began in the thick of our Viewfinder series of workshops hosted by Goldsmiths University. We’ve built up a relationship