Let's Create Access: A Free Arts and Accessibility Showcase with Arts Connection
Want to make your arts programming more accessible and inclusive, but don’t know where to start? Our free online arts and accessibility showcase, Let's Create Access, can help. This free online meeting will take place on November 19, 2020 from 9 a.m. to noon(PST) on Zoom.
Enjoy some inclusive stand-up comedy, learn about making the visual arts accessible through verbal descriptions, and experience verbally described artworks and performance. Learn about the history of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) through an excerpt of the play “One Day on the Road to the ADA.” You’ll take away insights and resources that will help you ensure that your next arts program is accessible and inclusive for everyone.
This online experience was developed by Jennifer Kane, Executive Director of Arts Connection, in collaboration with disability community leaders, artists, and allies.
Speakers and participating artists include: Gary Ferrer, Folklorico master, Louise Fryer, author of “An Introduction to Audio Description.” Dr. Victoria Lewis, documentary theater artist and disability activist (University of Redlands), and Dr. Kate Zankowicz, inclusive arts education practitioner.
Spaces are limited, so please register below to secure your spot. The last day to register for this online arts experience is November 5, 2020.
This arts and accessibility showcase was made possible with the generous support of The California Arts Council and the National Arts and Disability Center.
We look forward to meeting you!
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