On this page you will find a wide variety of arts accessibility resources – mainly in the form of links. Some links may be consolidated by topic/subject and will be posted as a blog post with the link to that post on this page. If you have any questions or are looking for something specific, please send me an email and let me know what ya need. If I don’t know the answer, I’ll help you find it.
Some of the links contained on this page may direct you to a password protected page. This is because those are likely exclusive tutorials/articles I’ve written for my “Art Heals” subscribers in my members only group. If you’re interested in gaining access to that content, I’d like to invite you to explore the Members Only tab in the menu above for more information.
Arts Accessibility Project – this page contains a brief description about how this project (and thus these reference pages) came about and opportunities to have your voice heard. There are questionnaires embedded on the page collecting data that helps inform my next steps with what resources, classes, and workshops are needed.
- An in-depth look at the accessibility of the art and art spaces. – Michigan Daily
- Accessibility should be part of everyday arts practice, not just a special event – The Guardian
- Washington DC VA Medical Center -Community Living Center Healing Arts Program. Contract Support Program Report
September 2015 (PDF)
Resources by State & Territory
If you’d like to help me with advancing my arts accessibility project, please head on over to the “Arts Accessibility Project” page where you will find various questionnaires for me to gather information.