Arts Resources

Ability Theatre

Ability Theatre will allow individuals of all abilities with special needs to explore their creative sides through: dance and movement, song, theatre games, acting with the end goal being to perform in front of live audiences. My goal is to offer teens and adults an imaginative experience to create friendships, but more importantly to inspire and unite the community through theatre.

Artists Helping Artists

An inclusive community-based artists cooperative that provides artists with space, affordable materials and the opportunity to pursue their aspirations concerning artistic expression.

Dandelion Youth Theatre

Runs customized theatre programs for children and youth with disabilities. DYT encourages creativity and self discovery through fun theatre exploration and offers a safe place to develop and share your artistic voice.

KickStart Disability Arts & Culture

Kickstart (formerly Society for Disability Arts and Culture) presents and produces works by artists with disabilities and promotes artistic excellence among artists with disabilities working in a variety of disciplines.

Realwheels Theatre

Realwheels is a Vancouver-based, professional theatre company that creates and produces world-class art that deepens the audience’s understanding of the disability experience. We tell stories in which disability itself is not the focus of conflict, but rather forms the landscape upon which universal issues are debated onstage.

Theatre Terrific

Theatre Terrific provides opportunities to transform lives through the power of theatre. Vision a world where the artistic voice of disabled artists is seen, heard, challenged and respected.

Vancouver Adapted Music Society

Vancouver Adapted Music Society supports and promotes musicians with physical disabilities in the Metro Vancouver area. We operate Western Canada's only fully-accessible recording studio, have our own choir, and run programs for people with a wide range of musical abilities.

VocalEye

VocalEye’s Live Audio Description Program is the first of its kind in Canada. Originally a program of Kickstart Disability Arts and Culture, our professionally trained describers provide the visual details of live theatre performance to blind and low vision audiences in Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey and Victoria, BC.