Exit interview: Sue Roff, Art Projects Australia

Sue Roff shares with ArtsHub her learnings after 14 years on the job and her insights into the broader arts and disability landscape in Australia.
Sue Roff. Image is an artist in a black T shirt, at work and smiling at the camera, next to a woman with short grey hair and glasses who is also smiling at the camera.

As a cornerstone in the realm of arts and disability support, Melbourne-based organisation Arts Project Australia (APA) has fostered an environment that nurtures artists at every stage of their careers. APA was the first full-time art studio in Australia for artists with intellectual disabilities. As a creative social enterprise, for nearly 50 years APA has continued to “support, promote and advocate” for artists. In recent times, the organisation has expanded to include a Collingwood Gallery space, as well as the Northcote Studio.

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