Sharing disability arts and culture with the world

Disability Arts Online (DAO) was set up to share disability arts and culture with as wide an audience as possible, while supporting disabled artists by getting the word out about the fantastic art bei

Access to the arts for disabled artists and audiences

Disability Arts International is a website commissioned by the British Council, and produced in partnership with Disability Arts Online. It promotes the work of disabled artists, disabled-led companie

Teachers connect young people to art and culture in Liverpool

Culturepool is essential resource for teachers and education professionals in the Liverpool City area, enabling them to connect children and young people to art and cultural activities. Cultural provi

Theatre reimagined for all young audiences

Oily Cart is an innovative theatre company that specializes in productions made for and with children and young people, regardless of their age or perceived ability. The website has a high level of ac

Culture brought to life for blind and visually impaired people

VocalEyes help arts and heritage organizations identify and remove barriers to access and inclusion for blind and partially sighted people. They deliver around 160-180 live audio-described performanc

Invaluable archive of the moving image

Established in 1992, Screen Archive South East (SASE) is a publicly-funded moving image archive serving the South East of England. SASE is part of the School of Media at the University of Br

Recreate a painting to become the art

VanGoYourself is an award-winning website allowing users to recreate classic scenes from some of the world’s most famous paintings and share them with friends. The project is managed and run by

The home of British poetry

The Poetry Society is a charitable organization that has represented British Poetry since 1909. It has become a dynamic arts organizations, representing British poetry both nationally and internati

A theatre’s history written large

Surface Impression worked with archivists and volunteers on a project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, to digitize and catalogue programmes, documents, tickets and photographs from the 110 year hi