Online Only Recording: Tutti Pom Pom - Accessible Art Programming

This is an Online Only Recording. The video player will display on this page from 08:00 (local Cuban time) on 24 May 2024.


People are infinitely diverse; arts should be too.


Tutti Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts hub in South Australia that works with over 240 learning disabled and neurodiverse artists. Carclew is South Australia’s peak organisation dedicated to youth arts. Together, we have developed Tutti Pom Pom, a set of resources that explore how to deliver best practice accessible art programs for learning disabled and neurodivergent young people.


Our activity based training resource has been developed through deep consultation with arts, education and disability experts and advocacy groups. It explains the social model of disability, neurodiversity and practical ways to support the access needs of young people.
In our seminar, we share insights on the development of Tutti Pom Pom, and explore the activities and resources within a workshop context that will support access and equity in art spaces. Through the sharing of our stories we can create a strong community that supports learning disabled and neurodiverse young people. 


Tutti Pom Pom is a free resource, openly available to all congress members and seminar participants. Everyone should have the chance to be creative and explore the arts. As a global community we can make a future that can support all young people to have access to excellent artistic experiences.

Production Credits

Sam WANNAN, Tutti Arts

About the Artists

Sam Wannan is an illustrator, animator and arts educator living and working on unceded Kaurna land. They have a strong focus on strengthening community ties and supporting youth through artistic practice. 

Tutti Arts is a South Australian, multi-arts organisation, where learning-disabled and neurodiverse artists work across visual art, acting, music, screen, and dance, and experiment with art and technology.

Carclew is South Australia’s largest multi-art form and cultural organisation dedicated to artistic outcomes by and for people aged 26 and under.

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All Contributors Presenting Via Pre-Recorded Video