Along with keeping prices affordable, TNA will provide a quiet room, as well as other tailored support such as Auslan interpreters or audio describing (as required by delegates).
If you have questions or would like to know more about access at APAF, please get in touch.
Pre-APAF Gathering for Deaf or Disabled Delegates
13 September, Wednesday
10.30am, Quiet Room
A gathering moment for any Deaf or Disabled delegates before APAF kicks off.
Access & Wellbeing Coordinator
Our dedicated Access & Wellbeing Coordinator, Soraya del Castillo will be on the ground through the Forum.
APAF Code of Conduct
APAF is guided by strong principles of equity, justice and inclusion. TNA has created Commitments for Creating a Safer Space at APAF as a guide to help people be mindful of how our behaviour can affect others.
In acknowledgement that many people around the country will not be able to attend APAF in person, whether for financial, geographic, health or other reasons, we will be providing options for digital participation.
Registrations for the APAF Digital Program are now open. This year’s Digital Program features a curated selection of livestreams, interactive sessions, and online networking opportunities. Register as an online delegate now.
If you have access requirements that may be relevant to accessing the Digital Program, please email Claire or call us , so we can make sure you have an excellent experience.
Financial Support for Indies
TNA supports independent artists to attend APAF by offering 120 heavily subsidised places at APAF ($121). These delegates are selected by industry panels from each state and territory. Indie EOIs have now closed.
Independent delegates who have received travel bursaries are supported by Arts South Australia, Arts Tasmania, Create NSW, Creative Victoria, the Regional Arts Fund, as well as generous donations from individuals and organisations.