Dangerous Deeds

Jacqui Ward , Brenda Lacey, Larissa McFarlane , Fiona Tuomy, Brenda Lacey, Jax Jacki Browne, Birra Li Ward , Paul Dunn, Michael Buckley, Neal Haslem, Sharon Jones, Sue Smith , Ann Ferguson
Saturday, 22 July 2017 to Sunday, 24 September 2017

Dangerous Deeds is an accessible arts installation presenting ‘snapshots’ from the Victorian disability movement: the exhibition provides unique perspectives on disability culture and insights into aspects of Victoria’s social and cultural history.

The Dangerous Deeds exhibition is a collaboration between disability activists and stART Community Arts (an organisation that facilitates collaborative and community-driven projects that give a voice to communities and issues that don't have a platform) featuring photography, ceramics, printmaking, graphic design, soundscapes and animation.

Accessible Design

The Dangerous Deeds exhibition provides the opportunity for people with differing abilities to experience a screen-based exhibition specifically designed to be inclusive. The accessible design includes large screens at wheelchair height; information provided in Braille and specifically designed consoles that provide easily accessible choices of audio description, text reading or captioning.

Program Activities

In addition to the exhibition, the Warrnambool Art Gallery will be hosting a range of activities and workshops run by the Dangerous Deeds on some of the exhibition’s themes:

For more information or to register to attend a Dangerous Deeds public programs visit the Events and Programs section of our website.