Women With Disabilities Telling Our Stories
Other people tell stories about women with disabilities. They aren’t always the stories we want other people to hear about our lives. What do you want to tell the world about yourself? How would you want to tell it?
We have funding from the Disability Services Commission to run a series of arts workshops and hold an arts show showcasing the creative talents of women with disabilities in WA.
If you are a woman with a disability come to WWDWA Inc’s July Monthly Forum and meet Arts Workshop Facilitator Jule Japhet Chiari to find out more information about WWDWA Inc’s Art Project.
Sunday 31 July
Women’s Health and Family Services
227 Newcastle Street, Northbridge
RSVP for the forum by Monday 25 July to 9244 7463 or firstname.lastname@example.org, with any access or dietary requirements. Auslan interpreters will be provided on request.
WWDWA Inc’s Monthly Forums are for women with disabilities to meet other women with disabilities, share information and support and to find out more about services and supports that may be of use to them.
Women with physical, psychological, intellectual or sensory disabilities or chronical illnesses from all backgrounds are welcome.
You can contribute an already created piece to the project, writing, visual art, photography, film, song, dance.
Or learn new creative techniques in workshops run by Jule in,
Visual Arts, Film and Multimedia
Movement and Dance
Voice (song or slam) and Drama (monologue or short play)
Contact Rayna on 9244 7463 or email@example.com to sign up to the workshops. Location and date will be confirmed with participants of each workshop.