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The National Arts and Disability Center Presents:

THE ACCESSIBLE ARTS: ACTING ON ADA IN GREATER LA

At the University of Southern California, School of Architecture, Gin Wong Auditorium

An ARTS, Inc. Issues & Opportunities Public Education Seminar
Supported by the ELA Foundation

 The first in a statewide series sponsored by the California Arts Council

Saturday, November 4, 2000 9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

 

 On the 10th anniversary of the enactment of the American with  Disabilities Act, how are arts producing, presenting, and  service organizations "acting on ADA"? How can leaders  in the visual, performing, literary, and media arts conduct  an ADA survey and develop an ADA plan? What skills are  needed in audience and artist accessibility, facility management,  audience development and marketing? 

 This unique seminar, through hands-on activities and  discussion, will enable the LA-area arts community  to become a leader in providing increased  accessibility to persons with disabilities. 

 PROGRAM:

 Welcome: Robert Timme, Dean, USC School of Architecture  Wayne Cook, California Arts Council ADA/504 Coordinator  Performance: Lynn Manning, poet and performing artist  Talk: De-mystifying the ADA, Doug Martin, ADA/504 Compliance Officer, UCLA  Panel: ADA in Perspective-Arts Venues, Programs, and Audiences  Jolie Mason (LA Radio Reading Service);  Terrylene Sacchetti (Deaf Arts Council);  Mary Martz, (Los Angeles County Museum of Art);  Robert David Hall, actor; John V. Mutlow, FAIA (USC School of Architecture) 

Participatory Session: ADA Assessment: A Hands-on Assessment of ADA

Compliance  Discussion: Access to Programs, 
Rod Lathim,  former Director, Access Theatre; Mary Martz, LACMA

Workshop: Turning Ideas into Action and Next Steps,
 Olivia Raynor (The National Arts and Disability Center at UCLA);
 Deborah Lewis (ELA Foundation)

 For more on THE ACCESSIBLE ARTS and to complete an ADA  survey prior to the seminar, please visit http://nadc.ucla.edu

 Lunches will be available for $10.00 with reservation (please indicate).  If you require any accommodations, such as a sign language  interpreter, wheelchair seating, assistive listening, printed materials in large print, Braille or on disk, please indicate at least 7 days  prior to the seminar when you make your reservations  to (213) 673-7099 or artsincdbp@earthlink.net.

 

 

 

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