The majority of art web links listed will have a significant connection with disabled people. Many links will be referring to disabled artists.
Able Art Japan
This is a very interesting site, and has Japanese and English accessible versions. Supporting art by disabled people with the able art movement. I would imagine this site is of interest to those interested in Japanese disability culture. Well worth visiting.
Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery.
Art through Touch.
This UK organisation addresses issues around accessible art for people with visual impairments.
An alternative to formal meditation practices with a potential for family and interpersonal team-building skill development. Guidelines and resources to help you inexpensively improve your coping and awareness skills through an enjoyable activity.
This is national charity supporting disabled people who are or wish to be photographers. Also encouraging disabled people to start getting involved with photography.
This site provides a string of cartoon strips centred around the theme of wheelchair users.
Singer and songwriter, uses his skills and first hand experiences. To deliver excellent presentations enabling better awareness to those supporting young people with hidden impairments like ADHD and Dyslexia.
Enabling access to the arts for disabled people.
Special Needs Awareness
"SNAP originated in 1997 as a pilot photography project working with young people who were excluded from mainstream activities due to the following factors: Age, Gender, Lifestyle, Ethnicity, Socio-economic status, Lack of Educational Achievement or Place of Residence."
The Good Gallery Guide.
This site provides a guide of accessible art Galleries in the UK.
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