April 4th | 10-12pm
The Friends Center
1501 Cherry Street
This session of Art-Reach’s Cultural Accessibility Forum & Exchange (CAFE) encourages arts and culture professionals to take a deeper and more thoughtful look at how they are reaching their visitors with disabilities.
- Is an organization’s website compatible with screen readers?
- Do marketing materials include all of the information necessary for visitors with disabilities to make the decision to come?
Your organization can implement better practices across marketing and communications to better serve and positively impact visitors with disabilities and ensure they have the opportunity to become active participants.
Join us as we invite Elizabeth Clay to lead this necessary, and often overlooked, workshop theme!
This event is presented in partnership with the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. To learn more about the Cultural Alliance’s DEI efforts, go to www.philaculture.org/dei
About our presenter: Elizabeth Clay has been a marketing and communications professional for over ten years, and she recently obtained her MA in Museum Communication from The University of the Arts. Prior to graduate school, Elizabeth was an AVP of communications at a financial institution, where she also chaired an employee resource group on accessibility and inclusion.
This is a FREE event but Registration is Required.