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Annual Spring Brunch & Cultural Access Awards
Saturday, April 6th, from 12-3 pm
World Cafe Live
3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia PA 19104
Join us for our annual fundraiser the Spring Brunch & Cultural Access Awards! This event is the perfect opportunity to honor the outstanding partners and advocates we work with every day, surrounded by our best friends and advocates. Enjoy performances that embody the mission of Art-Reach, while sipping on mimosas and other brunch treats. Stay tuned for more details and ticket sales!
The 2019 Cultural Access Awardees
Member Agency Award: HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy
HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy has a deep commitment to ensuring that their students have an active and participatory experience with the arts. Click here to learn more about HMS School.
Arts Partner Award: Theatre Horizon
Theatre Horizon has a goal of making theater accessible to everyone. This award also recognizes their dedication to accessibility through their Saturday Autism Drama program. Click here to learn more about Theatre Horizon.
Individual Impact Award: Michael Anderson
Michael Anderson, of the Arc of Philadelphia, has personally advocated for accessibility to ensuring that people with disabilities who require a personal care attendant (PCA) can attend museums throughout the city without the financial burden of paying for their PCA.
Kimmel Award for Accessible Experience: The Philadelphia Orchestra
The Philadelphia Orchestra had an amazing mainstage, sensory-friendly performance in 2018. The performance included immersive experiences before the performance, including an instrument ‘petting zoo’ where people could try out instruments and a percussion circle. Click here to learn more about the Philadelphia Orchestra.