Celebrating trailblazing Australian artists and leaders at the National Arts and Disability Awards.
Three outstanding artists have been announced as recipients of the National Arts and Disability Awards, delivered by the Australia Council for the Arts and Arts Access Australia (AAA).
The announcement comes on the eve of International Day of People with Disability (December 3, 2022).
This video was produced by IronBark Films in collaboration with Bus Stop Films – two organisations that promote inclusive filmmaking for people with disability.
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Meet the recipients
Melbourne-based performance artist Roya A (who performs as ‘Roya the Destroya’) is the recipient of the award for an Established Artist. Roya is internationally acclaimed for her work spanning physical theatre, circus and dance. Find out more.
Madeleine Little, a Brisbane-based actor, theatre and festival director receives the award for an Early Career artist, recognising her work as an artist, advocate and mentor for artists with disability. Find out more.
This year’s Arts Access Australia National Leadership Award goes to Rafeif Ismail, an award winning emerging multilingual writer based in WA. Find out more.