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Top 10 Tips For Running Accessible Online Events
With so many arts and cultural organisations providing online programs and services during the COVID crisis, accessibility has never been more important. We’ve put together some hot tips to help you make your digital content and online event more accessible and inclusive. Find out more…
Universal Access Symbols
Access symbols should be used to promote the accessibility of venues and services. They advertise your accessibility to employees, customers, audiences and anyone else who needs access to your venue, building or offices. The Graphic Artists Guild (USA) has created a set of free Universal Access Symbols, which you can download in a variety of formats.
Here’s a list of organisations that provide audio description, Auslan interpretation and captioning services in New South Wales.
Easy English is a way of communicating information in a clear and easy-to-understand way, using a combination of simple words and images. Scope has a range of practical and accessible resources about Easy English, from fact sheets to style guides.
The following are a collection of practical checklists for arts and cultural organisations to assist in improving access and developing audiences.
- Organisation Access Checklist [Word]
- Accessibility Starter Kit Checklist [Word]
- Marketing and Communications Checklist [Word]
- Transport and Accessible Parking Checklist [Word]
- Building Maintenance and Access Checklist [Word]
- Signage and Communications Checklist [Word]
- Ticketing, Seating and Services Checklist [Word]
- Exhibition Environments Checklist [Word]
Useful Links & Documents
Accessible Arts Library
View our extensive listing of books and materials relating to the arts and disability sector. If you see something you like, contact us with your request and we will arrange a time for you to come in and access the resource at our offices at The Rocks.
Art for Everyone: Approaches to Inclusive Practice in Arts and Mental Health
This a workbook developed by Arts Access Victoria. It’s full of tips to support people and organisations who wish to develop inclusive art programs in a meaningful and respectful way. Download it from the Arts Access Website.
The InterACT Resource Kit has been designed to assist those who want to work in integrated performance settings.
Arts Access Organisations in Australia
- National: Arts Access Australia
- Northern Territory: INCITE Arts NT
- Queensland: Access Arts Queensland
- South Australia: Access2Arts SA
- Victoria: Arts Access Victoria
- Western Australia: DADAA WA
National Disability Insurance Scheme [NDIS]
The NDIS is a way of providing individualised support for eligible people with permanent and significant disability, their families and carers. It provides eligible people with a flexible, whole-of-life approach to the support needed to pursue their goals and aspirations and to participate in daily life. Read more on the NDIS website.
Image: Physical theatre artist Hanna Cormick (credit: Daniel Boud)