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Y Connect Peer Networking Event - Careers in the Arts Industry

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The arts are necessary for our health and well-being. So what does disability look like for those working in the industry and for the audience? We all agree seeing more disabled actors is desirable and not just in roles specifically written for them either. Seeing disabled actors play roles where the focus is the character who may just happen to be disabled is what we are working towards. Come and join Sarah Styles to discuss what steps we can take to achieve this. Not just for written roles, but also for behind the scenes work and how to get work in this space.

Who is Sarah Styles?

Sarah is the founder of Wheelie Good Productions and is the Queensland Director at Physical Disability Australia. Sarah has performed in musicals including Les Miserables, concerts, played in the orchestra pit and composed for community and private events around Southeast Queensland and Melbourne. She has taught piano and voice, run workshops and hosted concerts from her studio since 1996.Sarah has been interviewed and shared her music in both Australia, America, and Canada. She founded Wheelie Good Productions in 2019 then introduced the SEQ cosplayers convention in 2020.

This is a FREE event.

When: Tuesday, 27 May 2023, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Where: YWCA Australia, 112 Mary Street. Please enter through the front door. The venue has an accessible side entrance. Please contact Francene on 0482 166 154 if you would like to enter through the accessible side entrance.
Catering: Light refreshments will be provided.

Registrations close 5:00pm Friday 23 June 2023.

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