Together! 2012’s Aliens street art act performs at the Liberty Festival 2016 in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Charlie and the C Monsters A comic-colouring book and film without words explaining how Covid-19 is spread and prevented.

What’s App, Aunty? A video in BSL and oral and written English about the NHS Covid-19 app.

What is Disability? An explanation of the Traditional and Contemporary Ways of thinking about Disability, with further details about Disability and Diversity, Disability and the LGBTQI+ communities and Disability in Newham.

What is Disability Arts? Artistic Director Dr Ju Gosling FRSA explains the facts and theories behind the international Disability Arts movement.

Inclusive Graphic Design Principles Explains the guidelines on accessible design and the part played by pattern recognition in accessibility.

The D-System Explains how the Together! Disability Film Festival has implemented the F-System and created the D-System to rate films according to the contributions made by women and Disabled people.

Metrics for Equality, Access and Inclusion A resource for arts organisations to measure their compliance with the Equality Act 2010.

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Including news of Together! Disability Arts Online is a unique online journal for news and discussion, with weekly email updates.

John Pring’s Disability News Service provides weekly news stories about all things disability related, including arts news.


A woman with short red hair and glass is signing as she sits in her wheelchair at the front of a stage. She is wearing a headset microphone, black trousers, silver boots and a T-shirt that reads: "Everything is Art, Everything is Politics" Ai Wei Wei. Sh

Dr Ju Gosling aka ju90 with ‘What’s Normal Anyway?’ at Ascension Church in Custom House on International Day of Disabled People 3 December 2013.

Together!’s Artistic Director Ju Gosling aka ju90 wrote the following online essays when she was artist-in-residence at the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) at Holton Lee in Dorset.


No Budget Guide for Artists to Disability Access (written by Together!’s Artistic Director Ju Gosling when she was New Work Network Associate).

Independent Street Arts Network Access Toolkit. Provides advice and guidance for making outdoor arts inclusive and accessible.

Attitude is Everything works with the live music industry to improve access for and inclusion of disabled people.

StageText provides access to theatre productions, talks in museums and galleries, and other arts-related events through captioning (like subtitling) and live speech-to-text transcription so that D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people can enjoy arts and culture.

filmpro ltd is a disabled-led digital art agency, and can provide recorded audio description (AD) and closed captioning (CC) services for films and videos as well as advising film-makers from the outset on accessibility.

Sound Induction Systems Ltd can provide audio-description systems to enable greater access for blind and visually impaired people to events, performances and screenings.