The call for Expressions of Interest for Diversityworks Trust's exhibition, How Diversity Works, closes on 31 January 2011.
Diversityworks is excited to announce the availability of our new t-shirts, the front of which feature the slogan:
Diversityworks Trust has launched a second call for expressions of interest from artists for an exhibition next year in association with Artstation in Auckland, centred around the theme How Diversity Works.
In celebration of Movember, Diversityworks Trust has created its own group, Diversitymo, to help raise funds for men's mental health and cancer prevention.
Diversityworks Trustees and staff celebrated five years of promoting diversity, creativity and change at its Annual General Meeting last night.
Safety is all about being aware and prepared for what you would do if something unexpected happened, a safety consultant told a group of disabled people and community leaders in Auckland on Saturday.
Disabled people, elderly people – even children – are needlessly vulnerable and could suffer unnecessarily in a disaster because they are not ready to act in an emergency. Civil Defence may not be ready to support them, says Diversityworks Trust, which will host a workshop to help people plan to survive in the event of a disaster.
Coping in a disaster like the recent Christchurch earthquake is hard for anyone. But imagine if you experience disability and are unable to get out of bed on your own? Or being elderly and unable to quickly leave the house? Or a single parent with three children under 5? What would you do then?
Diversityworks Trust, in association with its Peer Support Network and the International Guild of Disabled Artists and Performers, invite expressions of interest from artists to support a proposal for an exhibition at ARTstation, in Auckland, New Zealand, centred around the theme “How Diversity Works.”