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one common goal:  EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE.

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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.

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Public workshop on disabilities preaches inclusivity
Fullerton, CA
Mon, Nov 04, 2019

Public workshop on disabilities preaches inclusivity

The Student Leadership Institute hosted a public workshop addressing the stigma surrounding disabilities and how to combat them in order to cultivate an inclusive community on campus last Friday at...
The NYU Ability Project seeks to create tools to help those with audiovisual disabilities better experience historical artifacts in museums such as the Met. (Photo by Patrick Tan)
New York
Wed, Oct 30, 2019

NYU Program Seeks to Improve Museums’ Audiovisual Accessibility

The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space museum is an American military and maritime history museum which houses its exhibits inside the USS Intrepid, a WWII-era aircraft carrier that was once used by the U.S...
Rockland Center for the Arts increases accessibility of the arts for the blind and low-vision art enthusiasts
West Nyack, NY
Thu, Oct 10, 2019

Rockland Center for the Arts increases accessibility of the arts for the blind and low-vision art enthusiasts

Visions of Awareness, is an exhibit exploring VISION and seeing creatively. Vision does not solely rely on the function of our eyes: sight starts in the brain as an idea or thought. The exhibit is...
New York, NY
Tue, Jul 30, 2019

Lawsuits Target Chinatown Biz Owners Confused By Disability Rules

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Sun, Jan 20, 2019

Art Beyond Sight Named a 2019 Art and Social Justice Grantee by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation

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Logo Art Beyond Sight, Bring Art and Culture to All
New York
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Art Beyond Sight and Collaborators Celebrate Disability Pride Month

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New York
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Chinatown Weekend Walk: Disability Pride ADA Birthday Party

The Chinatown Partnership, in collaboration with Art Beyond Sight, Disability Pride and support from the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities, celebrated ADA's legacy by promoting access for...
New York
Wed, Jul 13, 2016

Second Disability Pride Attracts Thousands in New York

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New York
Tue, Jul 12, 2016

Ban Ki-moon's Commemorates Pride Parade 2016

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New York
Mon, Jul 11, 2016

Disability Pride Parade NYC 2016

New York celebrated the second annual Disability Pride with a colorful parade, marching from Union Square Park to Madison Square Park. Disability Pride NYC is a non-profit started by Mike LeDonne who...