Club Wild

Club Wild is one of Australia’s leading music, performance and community cultural development organisations from Victoria, run by and for people with disabilities. In 2005, Powerhouse Youth Theatre (Fairfield) ran a Club Wild in Bankstown offering an inclusive workshop program that fed into a nightclub event where everyone could have fun and express themselves in an inclusive and accessible environment.


My Space, My Place

Regardless of our age, gender, race or abilities we all have one thing in common – we have all come from somewhere – A Place. That Place with all its sounds, smells and images stir all kinds of emotions in us. For over a year and a half the My Space, My Place project explored this concept with over 60 people with a disability engaging them in various art forms such as music, puppetry, performance, sound, design and photography.


Museum of Collected Identities

A series of 16 creative workshops in design and performance where eight young participants from the Juntction Works disability service explored ideas of collections and obsessions through movement, photography, drawing & painting activities. An audience was invited to come and explore the museum with the participants at Powerhouse Youth Theatre, Fairfield.


Travelling Decades

The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA) is the peak organisation for people from non-English speaking backgrounds (NESB) with disability, their families and carers in NSW. To celebrate their ten year anniversary, six members of the association were invited to share their personal stories and experiences. These inspiring, courageous and extraordinary stories of migration and disability were recorded and compiled into a DVD.


International Day of People With a Disability

International Day of People with a Disability is celebrated around the world on 3 December. It’s is a time for people with a disability, their friends, families and carers to celebrate their abilities with the wider community. New South Wales celebrates this day with a month-long campaign called Don’t DIS My ABILITY, proudly supported by the NSW Government and the Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care. Events are held throughout metropolitan and regional areas.