Danielle Gullotta is the Senior Access and Arts in Health Programs Producer, Learning and Participation, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia.
Danielle has been leading the growth, development and research of the Art Gallery’s range of inclusive Access programs since 2008. Danielle creates opportunities for individuals to reflect, imagine and think creatively about art in a safe environment where curiosity is stimulated with open-ended outcomes for engaging a wide and diverse range of children and adults with specific needs.
Danielle advocates for the positive benefits of engagement in the arts for the aged care, educational, disability support and health sectors in promoting access and engagement with public collections.
Danielle Gullotta will be speaking at the Museums, Health & Wellbeing Summit 2024:
Culture Dose for Kids
Culture Dose for Kids (CDK) art for children’s wellbeing is an 8-week arts engagement program supporting children (9-12yrs), with anxiety and their families developed as a collaborative partnership between the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Black Dog Institute.