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Virtual Access on a shoestring FREE Webinar

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Scott Artley, MRAC’s Accessibility Program Director, has adapted the “Access on a Shoestring” workshop to zoom. This is a great workshop for groups that have a limited budget, but want to be more accessible.

Online Workshop: (Virtual) Access on a Shoestring
Thursday, May 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

No cost to participate

Welcoming people with disabilities doesn’t have to break the bank! We’ll explore your legal responsibility to provide equal access, and share some free, cheap, and easy “culture of access” strategies that advocates at any level of an organization can implement right away without a hefty price tag.

In this online version of the Access on A Shoestring workshop, we’ll focus on strategies for ensuring your virtual activities are accessible to people with disabilities. Special guest Julie Guidry (Upstream Arts) will share a framework for accessibility, and how her organization is reimagining its activities virtually. Participants are invited to share the challenges of, and solutions for, digital inclusion. What will we carry forward when we return to “normal”?

Presented by Scott Artley (Accessibility Program Director, MRAC) and Julie Guidry (Executive Director, Upstream Arts).

 

Joining the Zoom Meeting

This activity will take place on Zoom, a virtual conferencing software available for free download, or available (with limited functionality) in your browser. Visit zoom.us or find it on your device’s app store to download and make your account before the meeting begins. The meeting will be available to join approximately 5 minutes before the published start time.

To ensure security, please register at least 24 hours before the event, and you will be emailed about how to join the meeting. If you need an alternative way to register, or wish to register less than 24 hours before the event, please reach out to Scott Artley at scott@mrac.org or 651-523-6384.

 

Accessibility

For complete details about MRAC’s access services and accommodations, please visit Accessibility at MRAC. If you would like any modifications to aid your participation in this activity, please indicate requests in the registration form (if applicable) or reach out to Scott Artley at scott@mrac.org or 651-523-6384.

Looking forward, 

 Kathy Mouacheupao
*She/Her/Hers* – why pronouns matter 

Executive Director of Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, kathy@mrac.org, 651-523-6390

 

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