Commitment to Access

Forest Collective is committed to accessibility in the arts. 

We want to provide welcoming, inclusive, safe spaces for the development of, participation and engagement with, and attendance of our projects. 

We support and respect all persons, as well as our artists, contractors, and volunteers. We are committed to the inclusion of all persons, including Indigenous Australians, persons with disability, persons without disability, persons of culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and persons from LGBTQIA+ communities. 

We are committed to identifying barriers to access, such as cost, access to physical spaces, attitudes, and transport, and take measures wherever available to reduce and/or eliminate these barriers. 

All of our artists, contractors, and volunteers must agree to uphold this commitment to access. All artists, contractors, and volunteers, as well as Indigenous Australians, persons with disability, persons without disability, persons of culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and persons from LGBTQIA+ communities are welcome to contribute to this commitment to accessibility in the arts.