If you are an artist, it is likely that you have collected quite a body of work over the years. But have you ever wondered, «Now what?»
Arts Access The Artist Link Project wants to answer that question with its first workshop focused on the steps to take to get your work out in the community.
Topics will include:
— Identifying barriers for working artists with disabilities
— What are your rights & how to self-advocate
— Identifying your style
— Preparing an artist statement or bio
FREE with your $1 yearly entry membership to imurj!
About Arts Access:
Arts Access, a 501©(3) nonprofit, was founded in 1984 and is dedicated to increasing access to North Carolina's thriving arts community for children and adults with disabilities.
We believe that people of all abilities can learn through, participate in, and enjoy the arts. By bridging arts and disability, our programs and services work to educate arts providers and promote inclusive spaces and accessible opportunities for North Carolinians with disabilities.
What We Do
Provide a statewide platform for sharing information related to arts and disability through our website, social media and e-news.
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Organize and lead workshops and trainings statewide. Topics include Working with arts educators on professional development and educating staff of arts organization on best practices for including people with disabilities.
Provide Audio Description for performances at Triangle Area Venues, so that patrons who are blind or have low vision can fully experience theatrical productions.
Offer consultation and facility review services to arts organizations.
Contribute insight into developing and implementing an ADA accessibility plan.
Contribute one-on-one support to artists and arts patrons with disabilities!