Register now for our free Advance Your Career session dedicated to upskilling artists and arts workers with disability or who are d/Deaf on generating Access Riders.
In this online workshop, Michelle Teear will provide a practical overview of what an Access Rider is, how to write one, what to ask for and the kind of language to use. The session will cover:
- The models of disability
- The rights of people with disability or who are d/Deaf
- Reasonable adjustments
- How to negotiate and have reasonable adjustments met
- Examples of reasonable adjustments, example scenario
This is a free event presented by Accessible Arts with support from Create NSW.
Where & When
Access Rider Workshop
Wednesday 19 July 2023
1pm – 2pm (Online)
FREE event – places limited to 35 people.
This workshop will be facilitated via Zoom. Upon registration, you will be emailed a link to access this workshop online.
This event will be Auslan interpreted and captioned. If you have access requirements, please advise us when registering. We may need 72 hours’ notice to accommodate your requirements. Please take this into account when registering.
For more information or to discuss any access requirements you may have, please email email@example.com or call (02) 9251 6499.
About the Speaker
Michelle Teear is an arts events and project manager, trainer, advisor, disability consultant and a visual artist. Her gestural paintings of wandering lines, flat and transparent colour are a response to living in remote landscapes on research trips to fully immerse herself in place. She has worked for not-for-profit arts and music events, in managerial positions, and as an educator for the visual arts. Through her role in Accessible Arts Michelle is dedicated to building an arts sector of greater inclusivity and diversity. Michelle was shortlisted for the Evelyn Chapman award 2020 and completed a residency at Bundanon in 2020.
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