Sharing Disability Arts & Culture with the World

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

Connecting young people to local art and culture across the Liverpool City Region

An essential resource for teachers in the Merseyside area, enabling young people to experience cultural activities. Culturepool was created alongside the Cultural Education Partnership in response to

Celebrating the tactile and sensory nature of inclusive theatre

Built for an innovative theatre company that specializes in productions for very young and disabled children. Oily Cart needed to have high accessibility as well as being engaging and imaginative. It

Arts and heritage for blind and visually impaired people

VocalEyes help arts organisations identify and remove barriers for access and inclusion for blind and partially sighted people. They deliver around 160-180 live audio-described performances in th

Cataloguing archive film

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 University of Brighton and the&nbs

Get right inside 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 ru

Representing British Poetry since 1909

The Poetry Society is a charitable organisation that has represented British Poetry since 1909. It has become a dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally a

A theatre’s history writ large

Surface Impression worked with archivists and volunteers for an HLF- funded project to digitise and catalogue programmes, documents, tickets and photographs from the 110 year history of one of Birming

Choreography through visual sound

This app showcases the work, and working processes, of choreographer Chisato Minamimura. As a Deaf artist, she has a unique approach to choreography – creating what she calls “visual sound