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ACCESSIBILITY TOOLKIT DEVELOPED BY HUMBER PROFESSORS AND STUDENTS NOW LIVE

January 16, 2019

 

The Accessibility Toolkit: A Guide to Making Art Spaces Accessible, developed by faculty members, Anne Zbitnew and Jennie Grimard, and in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability and Humber students, is now live on the ARI website. You can read the full document here.

The Toolkit is intended to educate and inform on how to make the presentation of art inclusive and accessible for all. So far, the toolkit is making its way around the country as a resource and guide for art galleries. It was used in Halifax for their version of Nuit Blanche in October and the City of Toronto is adapting it for use in all their museums and galleries. The Canada Council for the Arts is using it as a resource and Tangled will be developing workshops led by disability-identified artists to educate other public art spaces about access and inclusion.

Congratulations to all involved on this amazing achievement!

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