Hynt exists to make the arts in Wales more accessible to D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people. This Impact Report examines the effectiveness of the scheme through research with stakeholders.
Resources tagged with disability
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) shares their ACMI 2019-2022 Disability Action Plan. It was created in the spirit of their organisational values which capture their commitment to inclusion and diversity. It calls upon ACMI to confront unconscious biases and exclusionary practices through embracing ambitious goals and exploring new ways of working in … Read more
A VocalEyes, in partnership with Stagetext, Autism in Museums and the Centre for Accessible Environments report highlighting the importance of online access information for the UK museum and heritage sector. It also tracks the changes in the state of access over the past four years from 2018 to 2022.
Sina Bahram challenges us to use principles from universal and inclusive design to help us open up our buildings, content, programming, and experiences. Keynote address delivered at Tessitura Learning & Community Conference.
The UK Disability Arts Alliance 2021 Survey Report is the first to focus specifically on the impact of the pandemic on disabled people and organisations in arts & culture. The survey reveals an alarmingly fragile cultural environment for disabled people, full of intersectional inequalities. The Survey Report has been compiled by Alistair Gentry and edited by Andrew … Read more
We Shall Not Be Removed has worked in partnership with Ramps on the Moon, Attitude is Everything, Paraorchestra, and What Next? to create a new guide for the arts and entertainment sectors to support disability inclusion. Their Seven Inclusive Principles for Arts & Cultural Organisations working safely through COVID-19 is designed to complement the suite of guidance documents already issued by UK … Read more
A report by the Australian arts consultant Morwenna Collett in collaboration with the Insights Alliance – Indigo Ltd, Baker Richards and One Further – reveals that disabled audiences may be among the last to start booking for and returning to in-person cultural experiences.
What barriers to access are we creating when we bring culture, health and research together? And how do we enable a diverse range of people to fully participate in cultural programmes designed to address health and wellbeing needs?
Kids in Museums‘ top tips on how your organisation can become more accessible and welcoming to special needs families, created in partnership with Sam Bowen, Special Needs Mum and Museum Development Officer.
Your website is the shop window to your organisation and its accessibility and usability is critical to the offering of inclusive content. Accessible websites are a critical tool in attracting and retaining visitors and audiences. They are an essential part of building an inclusive reputation and a valuable addition in supporting the profile of your … Read more