Accessible Festivals and Events Workshop | 13 July 2022
Festivals and Events
Festivals and Events That Are Accessible. Use your festivals and events to their maximum potential. This expert course, created by festivalgoers with disabilities. Also, offers doable and practical techniques to ensure that everyone is catered for.
About This Event
Day – Wednesday
Date – 13th July 2022
Time – 5:00 AM – 6:30 AM PKT
Location – Online Event
Refunds – No Refunds
This training is designed for festival and event organizer. Also, it details doable and practical strategies to guarantee that your staff is prepared. So confident in their capacity to accommodate for everyone, including the 1 in 5 Australians who live with a disability.
This session has been devised by arts specialists. And festival-goers with lived experience of disability. Also, it covers everything from planning and programming to ticketing and front of house.
In only 90 minutes, you’ll learn how to put proven solutions into action so you can confidently organize an accessible event that everyone can enjoy.
Find out about
- Designing Access Maps and Guides Choosing a Location
- Using Disability-Led Consultation to Evaluate Spaces Programming Artists with Disabilities
- Marketing & Promotions that are easily accessible
- Collateral and Signage
- You’ll also receive a handy checklist to assist you and your team with covering all aspects of access.
Nat Thomas Coach
Nat is enthusiastic about ensuring. Also, that people with disabilities are including in society. She’s also a visual artist, with a background in printmaking and sketching. Nat has given talks at art gallery openings and on panels about disability and art, as well as writing for alternative publications. She previously worked with disability-led organizations to better the lives of disabled women and children. Nat is passionate about assisting others and works to ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to all locations. viagra feminin 2016 She enjoys learning how to do tricks in her wheelchair in her spare time.
The duration of this workshop is 90 minutes. We’ll provide you links to resources you can use before, during, and after the workshop ahead of time. Nat is passionate about assisting others and works to ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to all locations. She enjoys learning how to do tricks in her wheelchair in her spare time.
Access Of Festivals and Events
For all courses, closed captioning and Auslan interpretation are available upon request. Please let us know what kind of access you need when you register. Please keep in mind that we need at least four working days’ notice.