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Arts Access Inc Our Mission is to create positive impact at the intersection of arts, education
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12/22/2022

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Looking for a last-minute holiday gift? Check out John Samuel's "Don't Ask the Blind Guy for Directions." John's powerful story resonates with anyone who has overcome major challenges, showing us that a more accessible world is possible when we embrace our differences. http://ow.ly/63g250M7z7c

Good Morning! Can you believe the year is almost over? Even though we are about to wrap up the year there are still some...
12/20/2022

Good Morning! Can you believe the year is almost over? Even though we are about to wrap up the year there are still some good opportunities to keep in mind as the year comes to a close and as a new one begins.

https://mailchi.mp/9f230f14b848/arts-access-news-events-5954987?e=[UNIQID]

Grants

New York Foundation for the Arts has the Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants.

United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County IDEAL: Internship for Diverse and Emerging Arts Leaders

Awesome Foundation Monthly they award a $1,000 grant to an artist with a disability. Apply for a grant on their website. Make sure to check back often.

Artist Calls

The Durham Art Guild 2023 Members' Showcase DAG
All current members of the Durham Art Guild can display one original work of art during this exhibition. Also the 2023 solo and group exhibits: Submit an individual artist or group exhibition proposal for Durham Art Guild's two primary exhibition spaces during 2023 exhibition season.

will be a place that features the creative stylings of BIPOC Disabled artists. (more information in our newsletter)

City of Raleigh Fleet Services is looking to create two murals with sustainability and renewable resources themes after recently transitioning to using a renewable propane!

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences 30x30: Art, Nature, and Science at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, North Carolina

Other

Accessibility Summer Camp Proposals Due February 17, 2023

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"Check out .scott.pen.and.ink exhibit In Plain Sight at GPAC! Featuring large labels, image descriptions for select piec...
12/15/2022

"Check out .scott.pen.and.ink exhibit In Plain Sight at GPAC! Featuring large labels, image descriptions for select pieces, and a new piece of tactile art. Let's make the art world more accessible!




This project is supported by the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County and the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources."

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https://mailchi.mp/ffe773841414/arts-access-news-events-5954327?e=f443fd253fThere are some great events coming up for De...
12/07/2022
Hello December

https://mailchi.mp/ffe773841414/arts-access-news-events-5954327?e=f443fd253f

There are some great events coming up for December. Tomorrow night Arts Access Inc is having an Evening with Arts Access. "Join the staff and Board of Arts Access North Carolina as we celebrate the artists from our Artist Link Project. Our Artist Link Project connects disabled artists with opportunities for them to exhibit their work and perform. Artists meet monthly to discuss their artwork and current trends in the art world. We provide financial support to the artists through scholarships for webinars, conferences and funding to support their work. The evening will feature the work of artists with disabilities along with a silent auction. *Ticket price of $10 includes appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages." Please sign up on eventbrite. Event is December 8th at 6pm-8pm at Artspace 201 East Davie Street Raleigh, NC 27601

Insightful Visionaries has their 2022 Christmas Without Lights event coming up.

The fourth instalment of Tiger Talks by Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University Also happening soon is the next instalment of Café Crip. Don't forget to register.

There is a LAB hangout coming up. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd1I6vZdk1xuto26CEz7X3VOLs0adINrUqUSYB1pt6fQg-jiQ/viewform

American Dance Festival has their Parkinson's movement initiative and has dance classes.

Don't forget about the 3rd Saturday ASL tour's with the Historic Trolley of City of Raleigh

CAM Raleigh has an exhibit open for viewing.

And ASL Storytelling Time is back again through Zoom. This is through the Please see our newsletter to be able to see the flyer.

And of course Marbles Kids Museum will have their monthly Sensory Friendly playtime and movie this month.

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Join the NC Museum of Natural sciences, featuring a variety of wildlife that you might see while exploring Prairie Ridge in the winter!

Audio Described Events

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium A Christmas Carol

Raleigh Little Theatre Cinderella

A ivory back ground with blue and teal colored floral around the corners. The text reads "Hello December"

Marbles Kids Museum Marbles Sensory Friendly Playtime. Join us for this Free event exclusively for kids with disabilitie...
12/07/2022

Marbles Kids Museum Marbles Sensory Friendly Playtime. Join us for this Free event exclusively for kids with disabilities and their families to experience Marbles in a clammer, quieter environment. Registration is required and can be done online today! Wednesday, December 14 5pm-6:40pm Free Lights up, Sound Down movie. The polar Express, 2D with open captions. 5:30pm-7:30pm Sensory friendly playtime in the museum. Kids are encouraged to come in their pajamas to play! What to expect at sensory friendly playtime: prior to SF Playtime you and your guests can watch a free lights up, sound down movie. The lights will remain on, and the sound is turned down so you can hear the person beside you. Registered participants may attend the movie. Tickets for the movie are not needed, just head over to the IMAX theater and you will be greeted by the marbles staff. Partner organizations will be on site inside the museum lobby and other accommodations to assist with your visit to marbles.

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A big shout out to the staff at at Koka Booth Amphitheater for the great job they did on Sensory Friendly Night at the C...
12/07/2022

A big shout out to the staff at at Koka Booth Amphitheater for the great job they did on Sensory Friendly Night at the Chinese Lantern Festival! Kokabooth Amphitheatre

Celebrating International Day of People with Disabilities today!
12/04/2022
Today, We Celebrate Disability Pride and Diversity!

Celebrating International Day of People with Disabilities today!

Dear Mark, Today, on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we celebrate human diversity! It’s also an opportunity to pause and reflect on what the disability community has achieved, applaud the invaluable efforts of the activists and organizations of persons with disabilities buildi...

"The Pivotal Fund Community Exhibition” opens today at Visual Arts Exchange, 228 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC, 27601...
12/02/2022

"The Pivotal Fund Community Exhibition” opens today at Visual Arts Exchange, 228 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC, 27601. The free, accessible opening reception for this event will be tonight, Fri., Dec. 2 from 6 - 8 PM. This exhibit features works created by some of the NC artists that received funding during the 2020 + 2021 Pivotal Fund cycles. The Pivotal Fund encourages emerging visual artists to create by providing grants directly to these artists. Wiley Johnson, an ALP member, will have 3 paintings in this exhibit. We'd love to see you there!

VAE Raleigh Wiley's Abstract Art

[i/d: artist Wiley is standing beside another individual wile standing behind some of his paintings. They are lined up on the floor not yet hung up. Lots of colors of red, orange, yellow and blue are present. The VAE logo is also visible]

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-arts-access-tickets-479434269807An Evening with Arts Access Inc"Join the st...
12/01/2022
An Evening with Arts Access

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-arts-access-tickets-479434269807

An Evening with Arts Access Inc

"Join the staff and Board of Arts Access North Carolina as we celebrate the artists from our Artist Link Project. Our Artist Link Project connects disabled artists with opportunities for them to exhibit their work and perform. Artists meet monthly to discuss their artwork and current trends in the art world. We provide financial support to the artists through scholarships for webinars, conferences and funding to support their work.

The evening will feature the work of artists with disabilities along with a silent auction.

*Ticket price of $10 includes appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages."

Please sign up on eventbrite. Event is December 8th at 6pm-8pm at Artspace 201 East Davie Street Raleigh, NC 27601

Join the staff and Board of Arts Access North Carolina on December 8th at Artspace to celebrate the artists from our Artist Link Project.

Welcome to the end of November. This November as we roll into December we want to point out some artist opportunities to...
11/22/2022
November

Welcome to the end of November. This November as we roll into December we want to point out some artist opportunities to you all! https://mailchi.mp/c2c962788609/arts-access-news-events-5897351?e=

Grants and Funding

As always the Awesome Foundation has their monthly $1,000 grant for an artist with a disability.

Center for Craft "The Center for Craft is seeking applicants from mid-career craft artists to be a part of their Teaching Artist Cohort

Upcoming Webinars and Workshops

ComMotion has an upcoming class starting November 29th to become a community in motion facilitator, to teach about simple tools and techniques to make activities inclusive to a range of abilities and cultures. There will be two 1.5 hour interactive online sessions and one short homework assignment. Cost: 25 (financial assistance available, please contact ComMotion)

Artist Calls

Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development invite everyone on the autism spectrum and their family members to be a part of the Duke Center for Autism 2022 Holiday Greeting Art Gallery & Contest.

will be a place that features the creative stylings of BIPOC Disabled artists.

City of Raleigh SEEK Raleigh is an ongoing series of site-specific art installations and performance art events that engages the community through public art in City of Raleigh Parks, greenways and/or community spaces.

The Kennedy Center's Office of Accessibility is seeking proposals for the Leadership Exchange in Arts & Disability (LEAD) 2023

Triangle ArtWorks has a new updated job board, to make it easier to find the jobs or calls you are looking for.

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11/18/2022

Please join us for a special event as Greystone offers Sensory Friendly Sunday featuring arts, crafts, music, movement, and much more! This event will offer accessible accommodations for individuals with sensory sensitivities and neurodiverse individuals. https://bit.ly/3AeEeRe

Photos from Wiley's Abstract Art's post
11/18/2022

Photos from Wiley's Abstract Art's post

11/18/2022

I'm honored to be one of the artists featured in the NCMA Store, and listed on their website as one of the 2022 NCMA Collaborations artists! https://ncartmuseum.org/visit/shop/

ComMotion has an upcoming class starting November 29th to become a community in motion facilitator, to teach about simpl...
11/15/2022

ComMotion has an upcoming class starting November 29th to become a community in motion facilitator, to teach about simple tools and techniques to make activities inclusive to a range of abilities and cultures. There will be two 1.5 hour interactive online sessions and one short homework assignment. Cost: 25 (financial assistance available, please contact ComMotion) Please register at: https://www.commotionnc.org/facilitator/


[i/d: A flyer for ComMotion Community in Motion. The flyer reads "Become a community in motion facilitator. Make a positive impact on your community by sharing the joy of movement and connection, and equip yourself with the tools to facilitate inclusive activities for groups of diverse ages and abilities. Why you should take this course? Do you like working with people and helping in your community? Do you want simple tools and techniques to make activities inclusive to a range of abilities and cultures? Would you like to supplement your resume by having a better understanding of the intersection of arts and health? Live online Via Zoom. Classes Start November 29th. Duration two 1.5 hour interactive online sessions and one short homework assignment. Cost $25 (finacial assistance available, please contact ComMotion) The community in Motion Facilitator certificate will equip participants with the specialized knowledge and skills to begin leading small group Wellness and Movement activities. Participats will also unlock access to content in ComMotions video Library. To register, visit: ComMotionNC.org 919.526.0195 There is a logo for the NC Arts Council and a QR code for registration. ]

11/15/2022

Cory Lee has visited 40 countries on seven continents, and yet the Georgia native has never explored Cloudland Canyon State Park, about 20 minutes from his home. His wheelchair was tough enough for the trip to Antarctica but not for the rugged terrain in his backyard.

Lee’s circumstances changed Friday, when Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources and the Aimee Copeland Foundation unveiled a fleet of all-terrain power wheelchairs for rent at 11 state parks and outdoorsy destinations, including Cloudland Canyon. The Action Trackchair models are equipped with tank-like tracks capable of traversing rocks, roots, streams and sand; clearing fallen trees; plowing through tall grass; and tackling uphill climbs.

“I’ll finally be able to go on these trails for the first time in my life,” said the 32-year-old travel blogger, who shares his adventures on Curb Free With Cory Lee. “The trails are off-limits in my regular wheelchair.” https://wapo.st/3UL5zlG

Happy November Everyone! There are tons of upcoming events this fall. https://mailchi.mp/61491baaa7d4/arts-access-news-e...
11/09/2022
Hello November

Happy November Everyone! There are tons of upcoming events this fall.

https://mailchi.mp/61491baaa7d4/arts-access-news-events-5897347?e=f443fd253f

We start off with the third instalment of Tiger Talks by Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University please note this is tonight! So sign up now! Also happening soon is the next instalment of Café Crip. Don't forget to register.

Studio 1 has an upcoming performance of The Little Mermaid An ASL Shadowed Production this month.

Hearing Loss Association of America (Official Page) has a free webinar on technology.

There is a Deaf Comedy show in Lexington put on by Services For The Deaf and Hard of Hearing

North Carolina Museum of Art has their next mindful museum coming up, remember you must register early.

American Dance Festival has their Parkinson's movement initiative and has dance classes.

Don't forget about the 3rd Saturday ASL tour's with the Historic Trolley of City of Raleigh

And Insightful Visionaries has their 2022 Christmas Without Lights event coming up.

Events for Kids and Families:

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences has multiple days of their Nature Creators coming up this month.

And ASL Storytelling Time is back again through Zoom. This is through the Please see our newsletter to be able to see the flyer.

And of course Marbles Kids Museum will have their monthly Sensory Friendly playtime and movie this month.

Audio Described Events

Raleigh/ Wake County
Cinderella: Raleigh Little Theatre

Durham/ Chapel Hill
Emma: PlayMakers Repertory Company

A fall image of fall berries up close. The text over top of the image reads "Hello November"

Join us as we welcome Makayla Haag to Arts Access North Carolina as our Program Manager. Makayla is a mixed media artist...
11/09/2022

Join us as we welcome Makayla Haag to Arts Access North Carolina as our Program Manager. Makayla is a mixed media artist with a passion for accessibility and disability justice. She studied art at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Previously she worked in accessibility at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and in the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities in Chicago. Makayla enjoys using her art and design knowledge to educate people on disability and the importance of accessibility.

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11/08/2022

: The North Carolina Museum of History is hosting its 27th Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration November 18-19! The theme of this year’s festival is visibility: Indigenous people are still here!

Come learn and celebrate the rich artistic, scientific, historic, and cultural contributions of American Indians in North Carolina.

Learn more about the festival: https://www.ncmuseumofhistory.org/events/27th-annual-american-indian-heritage-celebration

11/08/2022

HUGE thanks to Katie Aaron-Simon for designing and leading a training with our staff, and for going through the store to assess the space and identify accessibility issues. As a result, we've made a few changes.

#919

11/04/2022

The Raleigh Arts Fall Arts Fair is only 3 weeks away!

Fall Arts Fair Info: https://raleighnc.gov/arts/join-us-fall-arts-fair-nov-5-fred-fletcher-park

Event Illustration by: Laura Caroline Casas

Important parking info: Enter at Washington St. & Glenwood Ave. or St. Mary’s St. &
Nichols Dr. Street parking is available on Washington St.
The event is free and open to the public.





[i/d: A drawing of a happy squirrel with a bag of nuts, in the background you can see booths set up and art of different kinds. The text reads "Fall Arts Fair Saturday, November 5th 10am-5pm Fred Fletcher Park 820 Clay St, Raleigh"]

NC ABLE Program is having a Free webinar, on NC ABLE Accounts and Special Needs Trusts. This Webinar will highlight and ...
11/02/2022

NC ABLE Program is having a Free webinar, on NC ABLE Accounts and Special Needs Trusts. This Webinar will highlight and compare the features of ABLE accounts and SNTs including weather and how they may be used together to benefit people with disabilities.
Webinar will be November 9th 12:30pm to 1pm EST

Please register on: https://ncable.nc.gov/news/events/nc-able-webinar-series-nc-able-accounts-vs-special-needs-trusts

[i/d: a flyer with a picture of four disabled individuals at the top smiling and looking into the camera. They have their arms around each other. The text on the flyer reads, be Able with NC Able! Below are two logos. Then the text, Join Our Webinar: NC ABLE Accounts and Special Needs Trusts. This webinar will highlight and compare the features of ABLE accounts and SNTs including whether and how they may be used together to benefit people with disabilities. Nov. 9 from 12:30p.m.-1p.m. EST. Presenters: Reid Chisholm Assistant General Counsel, N.C. Department of State Treasurer. Kara Gansmann Partner, Cranfill Sumner LLP. To Register, visit ncable.nc.gov/events. At the bottom of the page is a QR code and a Facebook and Twitter symbol.]

We are grateful for our partnerships in the community! Our friend and co-founder of Ablr  joined Eileen Bagnall last mon...
11/01/2022

We are grateful for our partnerships in the community!

Our friend and co-founder of Ablr joined Eileen Bagnall last month to talk about his new book that comes out today, "Don't Ask the Blind Guy for Directions: A 30,000-Mile Journey for Love, Confidence and a Sense of Belonging".

The interview is available on our YouTube channel and book is out today on Amazon!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bT6lEZru7oc

[i/d: A brown back ground with a image of the author smiling, in a blue shirt leaning on a cane. Beside him a image of his book. The book shows an open yellow suit case and the text on the book reads: "Don't Ask the Blind Guy for Directions: A 30,000-mile Journey for Love, Confidence and a Sense of Belonging" By John Samuel. Text on the background reads: "Don't Ask the Blind Guy for Directions-Book Release! Book Release: Tuesday November 2nd 2022 View the recorded byte size learning with the author from October 20th, by going to our Youtube!]

Something spooky for all of you! Elijah de la Motte, VSA International Young Musician, 2022Kennedy Center Office of Acce...
10/31/2022
Amber de la Motte on TikTok

Something spooky for all of you! Elijah de la Motte, VSA International Young Musician, 2022
Kennedy Center Office of Access & VSA

“A Homeschool Family” 🧡 October in NYC edition.🙌🏼 Song by Tim Hawkins. All the stereotypes in 60 seconds!😅

10/31/2022

Experience the journey of Kelsey Peterson, a dancer paralyzed with a spinal cord injury who tests the limits of her recovery while adapting to life with a disability in a special virtual preview screening event for the newest Independent Lens | PBS film, Move Me on Thursday, November 3rd.

Following the event will be a panel discussion moderated by PBS NC's Shannon Vickery and featuring:
Davian “DJ” Robinson, founder of Empower23 and featured on My Home, NC.
Eileen Bagnall, executive director, Arts Access Inc
Sarah Wilbur, Duke University Ph.D, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Graduate Studies in Dance, Associate Professor of the Practice of Theater Studies and Faculty Network Member of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

The event is free, but registration is required to attend. More information here. ⤵️
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pbs-ncs-indie-lens-pop-up-screening-of-move-me-and-virtual-discussion-tickets-428726491477

A special thanks to our partners, RiverRun International Film Festival, Arts Access, Global Peace Film Festival & WUCF TV.

The Spooktacular sensory friendly event at Marbles Kids Museum on Wednesday went well. We were so excited to get to see ...
10/28/2022

The Spooktacular sensory friendly event at Marbles Kids Museum on Wednesday went well. We were so excited to get to see everyone's costumes and hand out Take and Make pumpkin art crafts. If you took one of our kits you can find the directions on how to put your pumpkin together on our YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIPDU4OB4C0.

[i/d First image: is of the Arts Access Table set up with flyers, a large black pumpkin bucket and mini pumpkins. Max is dressed as a green Harengon and has on a forest green cloak with hood, multi colored scarf and purple corset. Max's face and hair is shades of green and Max has on long green rabbit ears. Second image: is a close up of the table]

10/28/2022

I had a great time at the recent exhibition reception for the 2nd Annual National Multi-Media Juried Show at Wilson Arts Center. Special thanks to Dee Dee Oliver, Visual Arts Coordinator who coordinated the event. My paintings will be up from now until Nov. 10, so be sure to check them out and let me know what you think! *
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Attend a screening of Crip Camp with DRNC and Arts Access Inc
Saturday, May 14
North Carolina Museum of Art

DRNC and Arts Access are hosting two showings of the award-winning documentary Crip Camp on Saturday, May 14 at the NC Museum of Art. This free event will open with a recorded interview of acclaimed international disability rights advocate and Crip Camp star Judy Heumann by Virginia Knowlton Marcus, DRNC’s CEO.
Their discussion reflects on Heumann’s incredible experiences at the helm of a revolution.

There will be two showings: indoor (2 p.m.) and outdoor (8 p.m.). Crip Camp is the sixth in Arts Access’s Series of Fortunate Events (SOFE).

Tickets are required
2:00 p.m. Indoor screening - register here: https://ncartmuseum.org/events/special-film-event-arts-access-presents-a-series-of-fortunate-events-crip-camp/
8:00 p.m. Outdoor screening - register here: https://ncartmuseum.org/events/special-film-event-arts-access-presents-a-series-of-fortunate-events-crip-camp-2/
The Sponsorship Packet has been edited and shipped out for SOFE 2022!

The Series of Fortunate Events (SOFE) is put on annually by Arts Access Inc to highlight the diversity and creativity that exists within disability communities.

This packet was updated to present the upcoming events for this year, highlight photos from previous events, welcome the new Executive Director, and explain what the different sponsorship levels support.
Excited to work with Arts Access Inc again to update the SOFE 2022 postcard for the events this year!

More information on these events, including accessibility accommodations, can be found at sofe.artsaccessinc.org

[i/d: The background fades from purple to green horizontally with the text “May 14: Film Event ‘Crip Camp’ with NC Museum of Art Film Club; June 4 10am-12pm: Reading and Activities ‘We Move Together’ in partnership with Durham County Library; July 1 - Aug 30: Art Exhibition: ‘Movement’ Join us on July 24 to celebrate the artists and create your own art at Sertoma Arts Center”]
We are thrilled to announce the launch of a mentorship program for artists and teaching artists with disabilities in partnership with Arts Access Inc Applications are now open to disabled artists and teaching artists of all disciplines based in Durham or Wake County. If you are interested but live in one of these Wake bordering counties - Chatham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Johnson or Orange - please contact [email protected] to be added to the waitlist. For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.tac-nc.org/mentorship-program.html
Thanks to your votes, Arts Access Inc will receive $500 as our February 2022 local charity winner.😊 Their mission is to enable North Carolinians with disabilities to have full access to arts programs and facilities, and to encourage them to participate fully in the rich cultural and artistic life throughout the state. Learn more about how you can help them, by visiting their website: https://artsaccessinc.org/
We love helping our local non-profit charities but we need your help to do it.❤️ Vote for your favorite nominated local charity by clicking on the image below. The winning local charity will receive a $500 check from Land Rover Cary. You may vote once per day, per email address through the end of the month. Come back often and vote again to show your support.😎
This month's nominees are Arts Access Inc, A Place at the Table Raleigh, and Designed For Joy.
: Don't miss out and register for Arts Access Inc's Byte-Size Learning: Being an Ally with Emily Ladau, happening today, October 19, 12 pm-1 pm!

Learn more about being an ally to disabled people – what that means and what that looks like in practice!

Register for the online event: https://bit.ly/3DS2yHQ.
: Don't miss out and register for Arts Access Inc's Byte-Size Learning: Being an Ally with Emily Ladau, happening today, October 19, 12 pm-1 pm!

Learn more about being an ally to disabled people – what that means and what that looks like in practice!

Register for the online event: https://bit.ly/3DS2yHQ.
has some great programming this afternoon. If you're new to AEP and are interested learning how to join the partnership, check out our web page for more info: http://ow.ly/67NK50GavzI | Arts Access Inc Memphis Music Initiative Virginia Commission for the Arts National Endowment for the Arts Education Commission of the States
's Day 2 sessions start in 15 minutes! Register now to join this conversation on the value of including disability in educator goals to improve opportunities for students with disabilities: http://ow.ly/D6K150Gash5 |

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Arts Access Inc The Wallace Foundation William and Flora Hewlett Foundation National Association of Elementary School Principals National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) National Assembly of State Arts Agencies: NASAA
United Arts is excited to debut our new video showcasing all that we do! Learn how United Arts partners with businesses, individuals, and government to create a community where the arts and culture are available and accessible to everyone in Wake County.

We are thrilled to offer the video with English Subtitles Spanish Subtitles, Audio Description, and without English Subtitles. All versions can be found here: https://unitedarts.org/new-video-all-about-united-arts/

Many thanks to Brios Media , Arts Access Inc, Freddie-Lee Heath from Wake County Public School System, Pam Thompson Smith from African American Cultural Festival - Raleigh NC , and Yuko Nogami Taylor for helping us create a video that is not only informative but also accessible .https://youtu.be/3ABGf6IO34M
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