‘TUTTI’ means everyone
Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Tutti is an inclusive multi arts organisation creating opportunities for artists with disabilities to make Extraordinary Art. The collaborative relationship between participants, professional artists and the wider community supports the development of talent across a range of creative disciplines including film and new media.
Tutti is dedicated to bringing people together through the arts, without letting disability or disadvantage get in the way.
Tutti’s programs break down barriers that isolate and marginalise, providing opportunities for people to participate in professionally led programs. These produce and present high quality work which has attracted national and international recognition.
Tutti offers aspiring and emerging artists with a disability ongoing professional training across a range of artistic disciplines and works to create pathways into the arts industry so that artists can earn income from their work.
City to Bay
You can sponsor Dougie and his friends walking, running and wheeling their way along the City-Bay route this Sunday, click here https://citybay2014.everydayhero.com/au/team-tutti which will take you to to Everyday Hero donations page. Thank you for your support.
Pat Rix interviewed on ABC 891
On Friday 29th August Pat Rix, Tutti’s Artistic Director, was interviewed by Ian Henschke on ABC 891 Radio. They discussed the United Nations lunch amongst other things. You can listen here.
Thank you for visiting the Tutti website, we would love to hear from you! Ring us on 08 8422 6511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or come and see us at Galway House, Minda Campus, King George Avenue, North Brighton, South Australia 5048.
Our postal address is PO Box 115, Hove SA 5048
To see where Galway House is located on the Minda Campus please click the link below – we are building No 5.
Not sure where Minda is located? Click here for a map.
One way to support Tutti is to buy an Entertainment Book from us. if you would like one please click here. $13 from the sale of each book goes towards Tutti programs: the Choirs, Visual and Performing Arts, Kids groups and much more.