The Arts & Disability Forum 2020 (ADF2020) is jointly organised by the National Arts Council and Very Special Arts Singapore. With its focus this year on “Cultivating Collaborations, Increasing Access”, ADF2020 will spotlight discussions on bridging authentic collaborations and harnessing access as a creative asset.

This year, the forum brings together more than 10 speakers from Australia, India, Malaysia, Singapore and the United Kingdom to share their diverse experiences and best practices. Delegates from Singapore and overseas comprising of arts practitioners and organisations, social sector professionals and key agencies, will also be invited to interact and exchange ideas on advancing inclusivity in the arts.

ADF 2016: Zoe Partington leading an Access Audit Walkabout Trail at the National Gallery Singapore. She is in a black dress and stands off-centre along a corridor surrounded by a standing group of participants.
ADF 2017: Ramesh Meyyappan responds in sign language to a question during a panel discussion. He is seated with other panellists on stage with a projected backdrop.
Arts and Disability International Conference 2018: A group of non-disabled and disabled participants, each holding hands with two different participants, in a loosely interlocked position.