With so much of our lives having moved online, arts companies, cultural venues and other creative industry organisations are now delivering much more of their activities using online and digital channels.
It’s a huge shift and we all need to upskill so online content and services can be accessed and enjoyed by the 1 in 5 Australians who live with disability, a significant market segment for providers of arts and culture.
With the support of the Australia Council For The Arts, our new Delivering Accessible Online Events workshop has been developed to specially address the needs of arts and cultural organisations so they can improve the accessibility and inclusiveness of their relevant online activities.
Discover practical solutions and ‘easy wins’ for delivering accessible online performances, online exhibitions, online rehearsals and creative developments, webinars, online panel discussions and meetings, and social media
Receive useful resources
Learn from trainers who are arts experts and who live with disability
Attend our standard workshop or book a bespoke private session
How to create an inclusive online space using various platforms
What to do before, during and after an online event to maximise accessibility
Online etiquette for accessible sound and visual content
Best tech solutions and ‘quick fixes’ for captioning, Auslan interpretation and audio description
Informative case studies from artists and arts organisations across a range of art forms
All sessions are delivered using the Zoom online conferencing platform (Zoom links are provided following booking)
Zoom is an easy to use, reliable and FREE cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops and telephones.
If you haven’t used Zoom before you can find out more here: https://zoom.us/
After signing up for our workshop, you’ll receive an email from us inviting you to a Zoom meeting on the date of the workshop.
On the day of the workshop, all you have to do is click on the relevant link in the invitation, follow the prompts and you’ll be part of the workshop.