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Who is Project Access for All?
YOU! We are …
one common goal: EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE.
And we need you to connect us with your colleagues and friends.
What is Project Access?
AccessForAll works to create access and inclusion for all, community by community, across the nation and around the world, by connecting cultural institutions and arts organizations, disability advocacy groups and service organizations, and audiences with disabilities.
Project Access for All is a national effort of Art Beyond Sight and its partner organizations. Together we are working to provide a vital forum for multiple voices across numerous disciplines, through the first broadly-scoped registry of accessible arts institutions; a resource center for accessibility and disability professionals to share research, ideas, and tools; and other initiatives intended to promote accessibility for people with disabilities on a national and global level.
Highlights From The Newsroom
Podcast: Alvaro Gutierrez interviews Christina Bruno, disabilities advocate, and David Harrell, disability/program associate
Sun, Jul 10, 2016Save the Date for NYC's 2nd Annual Disability Pride Parade, July 10th, 2016. Registration begins May 1st at disabilitypridenyc.org or NYC.gov/MOPD
Sun, Jul 10, 2016Under the banner theme of “Celebrations Unite the World,” the Festival of Fun & Fraternity event on Sunday, July 10, 12-4pm, (starting after the Disability Pride Parade) will be an inclusive, festive, educational,...