Events

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11 April, 2021
14-18 Barrett St
Kensington
VIC
Come along to one of our woodwork masterclasses where you can make your very own woodwork creation. Whatever your ability, our woodwork teachers who specialise in blindness and low vision will be there to guide and teach you all the skills you need to create your own woodwork masterpiece! The classes will be held in our woodwork workshop which is specially fitted with all the tools and equipment you'll need.
19 June, 2021
Midland
WA
Join DADAA for a tactile tour of Midland Junction Arts Centre's current exhibitions TAP (Tactile Art Project), Blue Beautiful and CRITICAL TIME. Tactile Tours are designed to introduce visitors with disability to new ways of experiencing and enjoying visual arts through informed discussion, description and touch.
24 June, 2021
King George Square, Brisbane (Under the Large TV Screen adjacent to the Pig N’ Whistle)
QLD
24 June, 2021
St Andrews Church Hall, 26 Myers St, Bendigo VIC 3550
VIC
Come along to a free trial day to try Swish, an accessible version of table tennis. Afternoon tea will be provided, and it’s a great way to keep active and meet new people.
26 June, 2021
140 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank
Melbourne
VIC
Award-winning French playwright Florian Zeller’s The Father wowed MTC audiences with a sell-out season in 2017. With The Truth, he delivers a devilishly dark comedy that took the West End by storm, collecting rave reviews and earning Zeller comparisons to Oscar Wilde, Noël Coward and Molière. In this new production, acclaimed director Sarah Giles (Straight White Men) is joined by actors Stephen Curry (The Castle) and Bert LaBonté (Kiss of the Spider Woman) in exploring the truths that tear us apart and the lies that keep us together.
28 June, 2021
373 Old Cleveland Road 4151
Coorparoo
QLD
Children will learn and practice foundational social skills, essential for school and home life.
29 June, 2021
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
NSW
Nancy and Bill are calling it quits. After 50 years of ‘married bliss’, Nancy wants to take a last chance at living her best life. And Bill? Well, Bill’s okay with it. The couple’s adult children, Ben and Brian, are definitely not okay with it. Who said elderly parents have a right to branch out and try new things?
30 June, 2021
Online
On the last Wednesday of each month the Vision Store presents a live webinar with David Woodbridge presenting interesting and informative topics focusing on a wide range of aids, assistive technology and mainstream technology that can assist people who are blind or have low vision.
01 July, 2021
King George Square, Brisbane (Under the Large TV Screen adjacent to the Pig N’ Whistle)
QLD
Alongside like-minded adventurers, you will experience a walking tour of some of Brisbane’s iconic city areas. After exploring Queen Street Mall and Albert Street, we will travel by City Cat to Southbank, to discover how the precinct has changed. Next, we’ll visit the parklands where we will also stop for dinner. After dinner, there will be time to explore the City Gardens before returning to the Brisbane CBD by ferry.
05 July, 2021
373 Old Cleveland Road 4151
Coorparoo
QLD
Children will have opportunities to learn the skills needed to make and build friendships as they connect with other children with a vision impairment.