The main DaDaFest activity is the festival which happens every two years. In addition to this, DaDaFest creates projects outside the festival which focus on disability and deaf arts.
- This seminar stimulated discussion about the impact of change on peoples’ day-to-day lives.Read more about Changing Capacities - Changing Identities
- Aaron Williamson: Tales of Life Models in the Walker Art Gallery's 'High Victorian Art' Room 8Read more about The Eavesdropper
- Arts-Life is a project led by DaDaFest to increase the experience and attendance of disabled and deaf people, including older people, of arts venues and events.Read more about Arts-Life
- As part of a residency initiated in 2011 by AND and DaDaFest, Irish composer and writer Ailís Ní Ríain has developed an online art project with the Spanish creative technologist Andrea Pazos López.Read more about The Hearing Test
- Hearing People will sing and Deaf People will sign.Read more about DaDaSings
- The Hands On website provides opportunities for Deaf people working in the arts and cultural sectors to share ideas and opportunities, offer support and network.Read more about Hands On