Just in case you missed the launch, you can watch it here: https://youtu.be/oqKbUxWNeyQ
Please feel free to share this widley with your network and colleagues.
With 22 presenters, from 16 cities, representing a range of organisations such as Theatres, Museums and Galleries, Festivals, Cinema and much much more, the From Access to Inclusion Symposium will be an essential opportunity to exchange ideas and discover new ways to include and welcome everyone.
Find the Symposium schedule and line up here: https://adiarts.ie/summit/from-access-to-inclusion-2020-symposium/#schedule
And you can register for the Symposium here: https://arts-disability-ireland.eventcube.io/events/26420/from-access-to-inclusion-symposium/
We also have a great selection of workshops which may be of interest: https://adiarts.ie/summit/capacity-building-workshops/
One particular highlight are the Website Clinics where Knowbility will review arts and cultural organisations websites and provide an actionable report suggesting ways to improve the experience for all at a heavily subsidised rate: https://adiarts.ie/summit/capacity-building-workshops/knowbility-website-clinics/
Next week, we will announce a range of Evening events and you will find information these here: https://adiarts.ie/summit/evening-cultural-events/
Finally, we would greatly appreciate it if you could promote and share the Summit widely with your network, colleagues and friends. It’s important to us that we have as many people as possible in the room on the day to participate in the conversation.
Do let me know if you need any assistance with registration or if you need any further information.
Best for now,
Arts & Disability Ireland
4th Floor Sean O’Casey Centre
St Mary’s Road North
+353 (0) 1 8509004
+353 087 957 7819