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Events 2017

May

02
Learn at Morning Tea

Venue: sixty27 coworking space, North Metropolitan TAFE (corner of Lakeside Drive & Shoveler Tce, Joondalup)

Learn the value of having an accessible business website with digital accessibility expert Dr Vivienne Conway of Web Key IT at sixty27's "Learn at Morning Tea" event in Joondalup.

03
Autism Awareness Day 2017 Perth Morning Tea

Venue: Ascot Racecourse, 71 Grandstand Road, Ascot, WA 6104

Join the Telethon Kids Institute and Rotary Club of Scarborough for a ‘Working together to fulfil potential’ morning tea, to celebrate Autism Awareness Day.

06
For the Lonely

Venue: PS Art Space, 22 Packenham St, Fremantle WA 6160

‘For the Lonely’ displays the work of eight artists who have created tactile, sculptural installations that encourage intimate encounters and sensory interactions.

06
2017 Round Table Annual Conference

Venue: Mercure Perth, 10 Irwin Street, Perth, WA 6000

Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities and Media Access Australia’s 2017 Round Table Conference will provide three days of presentations, panel sessions, and workshops on technical, research, and practical issues related to accessibility in education, employment and community contexts.

06
For the Lonely: tactile tour and audio described exhibition

Venue: PS Art Space, 22 Packenham St, Fremantle WA 6160

‘For the Lonely’ displays the work of eight artists who have created tactile, sculptural installations that encourage intimate encounters and sensory interactions.

12
Rocky Bay Dance Party

Venue: Rocky Bay Gymnasium, 60 McCabe Street, Mosman Park, Perth

Rocky Bay holds a themed dance party every month for people with disability, as well as their carers, friends, and family members.

16
Annual National Conference 2017: Enabling change, creating impact

Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Brunton Avenue, Richmond, Melbourne

The Australian Network on Disability (AND)’s ninth Annual National Conference engages and inspires business professionals to gain insight into best practice and current trends that can support and improve their capability to welcome employees, customers, and stakeholders with disability.

25
Conversations with the Dead – audio-described performance and tactile tour

Venue: Subiaco Theatre Centre, 180 Hamersley Rd, Subiaco WA 6008

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company presents Conversations with the Dead, a performance that asks the question, “How far have we come in the treatment of Aboriginal people in custody since the 1992 Royal Commission?”.

28
HBF Run for a Reason

Venue: Perth

Run, walk or wheel for a reason in one of Perth’s popular fun runs and raise funds for organisations relating to disability including the Motor Neurone Disease Association of Western Australia and Rocky Bay.