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A request for Proposals. Deadline to submit March 29th 2021. cutlural Accessibility Conference. Hosted by Art-Reach. Fall 2021 | Online

A Request for Proposals

Art-Reach invites participants from the arts and cultural community to submit proposals for the 3rd annual Cultural Accessibility Conference from September 21-23rd. How we address…

Describe Outside By Nicole Sardella. Image of Nicole Sardella with microphone verbally describing to a group of individuals who are blind

Describe Outside with Nicole Sardella 

When Art-Reach collaborates with Nicole Sardella, founder of AudioDescriber.com and long-time accessibility advocate, you’ll find her typically inside a gallery at an exhibition, a sound…

  • Art-Reach works with over 400 organizations throughout Philadelphia.

  • In 2019, Art-Reach provided 212,274 cultural opportunities.

  • The low-income and disability communities saved $8,138,300 through ACCESS Philly.

  • In 2019, we provided our Members 15,538 opportunities to attend live performances.

  • In the last five years, our programs reached over 700,000 people—more than our first 25 years combined.

  • In 2019, ACCESS Philly welcomed 182,527 people to 48 cutlural sites.

  • Our programmatic impact has increased by more than 1,500% over the last 5 years–from 13,000 to over 212,000 people.

  • In 2019, our Ticketing Program saved participants $733,719 in admission fees to live arts and museums.

Program Spotlight: STAMP

Hey Philly Highschoolers!

Did you know you can bring your high school student ID and get into museums for free? Thanks to a city-wide initiative lead by Art-Reach, STAMP empowers you to visit the coolest museums, gardens, and historic sites all over Philly, for FREE, with your valid student ID. STAMP launches in February 1, 2021, so get your ID ready to explore your city and put your own stamp on the arts in your community!

Click here to learn more about STAMP. 

The STAMP program is made possible by the Virginia & Harvey Kimmel Family Education Fund.