Access Culture | Arts Accessibility Conference

November 4, 2023 9:00AM to 3:30PM
Lehigh University Art Galleries
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Join us for a day of learning and connection at the Access Culture Arts Accessibility Conference, hosted by Lehigh University Art Galleries. This event will bring together experts and advocates in the field of arts accessibility to explore educational resources for making arts and cultural organizations of all kinds more inclusive and welcoming to all.

This one-day conference will feature a lineup of guest speakers, each bringing unique perspectives and experiences to the discussion. Network with artists, educators, performers, directors, students, and accessibility experts as they share their insights and practical strategies for creating accessible arts programming and spaces.

Whether you're a museum professional, an artist, an educator, a theatre performer, or simply passionate about the arts and accessibility, this conference is for you. You'll leave with new ideas, insights, and connections that will help you make a meaningful impact in your own work and community.

Don't miss this opportunity to participate in a vital conversation about the future of arts accessibility in the Lehigh Valley community.


This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Please click here to REGISTER for this event. 


Accessibility information about Lehigh University Art Galleries is available on our website by clicking here. 

For more information or for questions regarding accessibility, please contact Elise Schaffer at ejs421@lehigh.edu or 610-758-6882.


Access/Culture: Building an Inclusive Community in the Arts  is a six-part series of free, professional development experiences that will be hosted at Lehigh University Art Galleries through Fall 2024. Focused on accessibility and inclusion, Access/Culture will facilitate the building of a community of arts professionals in the Lehigh Valley that is equipped with the tools needed to appropriately and effectively engage with audiences with disabilities.

Funded in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.