If you’d like brochures in an alternate format, please contact Makayla@ArtsAccessInc.org or call 919-833-9919 x 2.
Accessible Events Resources
- ADA National Network has produced a Planning Guide for Making Temporary Events Accessible to People With Disabilities. This guide provides information to assist planners, managers, operators, and building owners in making temporary events accessible to people with disabilities.
- North Carolina Arts Council Digital Accessibility Toolkit [PDF]
- North Carolina Arts Council Accessibility Checklist for Virtual Programs [PDF]
- Rooted in Rights – Virtual Event Access Guide
- Accessibility Online for People who are Blind or Low Vision [YouTube] – Making your online meetings and events accessible and inclusive for people who are blind or low vision. Resources Mentioned in the Video [Google Doc]
- Accessibility Online for People who are D/deaf and Hard of Hearing [YouTube] – Making your online meetings and events accessible and inclusive for people who are D/deaf and Hard of Hearing. Resources Mentioned in the Video [Google Doc]
- Accessibility Online for Older Adults with Memory Loss [YouTube]
Please refer to the following pages for in-depth information on accessibility resources:
- Directory – a list of national and state resources related to arts and disability – includes our suggestions as well as organizations that have asked to be part of our Inclusive Arts Coalition
- Venues – a list of performing arts theaters, movie theaters, museums and other facilities that offer accessibility