Tutti Arts

Welcome to Tutti Arts


We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the place now called South Australia, and all First Peoples living and working on this land. We celebrate the history and contemporary creativity of the world’s oldest living culture and pay respect to Elders – past, present and future. We acknowledge Kaurna, Peramangk and Ngadjuri peoples on whose lands our events and activities are imagined, planned and held. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

Support material for Australia Council’s Four Year Investment for Organisations EOI.

Our Vision

Learning disabled and neurodiverse people seize their rightful place at the centre of arts and culture.

Tutti artists talk about their future…

We invite artists to bring their whole self into Tutti, their three-dimensionality, their complications, and their contradictions. We are impassioned by the kaleidoscopic nature of human experience. 

Tutti offers space for learning-disabled and neurodiverse people to have their important stories told.

91% of Tutti artists say I feel comfortable trying new things
98% of Tutti artists say People in the group support each other
97% of Tutti artists say I feel like I can be myself
92% of Tutti artists say I am treated as an equal by staff
93% of Tutti artists say I improved my artistic skills.
87% of Tutti artists say the studio program opens up new opportunities for me
98% of Tutti artists say I have a good time at Tutti.
99% of Tutti artists say I get to know people who are different to me
POWER! An original Hip Hop track created by Tutti Artists working with L-FRESH The LION and Mirrah.

Photo Credits

  1. Stage fighting workshop – Matthew Leigh-Tamblyn and Josh Campton. Photo by P. Soteriou
  2. Virtual reality workshop – Michael Need. Photo by P. Soteriou
  3. Freak OUT! showing – Matthew Leigh-Tamblyn.
  4. Visual arts studio – Tom Squires working with artist Lewis Constantine. Photo by P. Soteriou
  5. BEASTLY project – Wahyu Haryono and James Kurtze. Photo by P. Soteriou
  6. Tutti’s Big Singalong at DreamBIG Children’s Festival 2021. Photo by Keryn Stevens