• how art and culture fits in the NDIS;
• tips for the NDIS journey;
• how to advocate for art in your plan; and
• answers to any questions you might have about it all.
About Fiona Cook
Fiona Cook has worked in arts management and community development in the arts, community and disability sectors. She has been involved in the establishment of companies such as Cecil St Studio, Rawcus Theatre Company, Weave Movement Theatre, The Delta Project, One Voice Theatre and has worked with numerous individual artists supporting them in their professional development and career pathways. Fiona has worked as a producer, choreographer, performer, gallery manager, curator, teacher, mentor, administrator and consultant in the arts.
Since joining Arts Access Victoria in 2007, Fiona has initiated some outstanding programs, and devised the highly successful professional development, mentoring and employment program, Pathways.
This session is for people with disability, people with lived experience of mental illness, their families and support people, and others interested in knowing about how their art and writing fits into the NDIS. And it does!
This is a free event but registrations are recommended.