This iDA round is now closed. Information on award recipients will be announced via University of Atypical in spring 2018.

The iDA funding programme is a dedicated annual arts development programme, delivered through the Arts & Disability Forum, to enable deaf and disabled artists who are working in a range of art forms to develop their professional artistic careers.

The bursaries provide valuable opportunities for each artist to produce a new high-quality creative work, receive training or professional mentoring.

 

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Image: Pictured are 2017 iDA recipients, actress Luna Kalo, visual artist Shiro Masuyama, performance artist, Sinead O’Donnell and dancer, Nicola McLaughlin.
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