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Saturday, April 18 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
ADA Turns 25: Social Inclusion and Cultural Accessibility LIMITED

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In honor of the disability rights movement and the 25th anniversary of the passage of the ADA, join the Museum Access Consortium to learn how art museums, historic sites, zoos, performing arts venues, theaters, and parks have collaborated across institutions and with disability communities to create innovative and inclusive facilities and programs for all visitors. From the impact of multi-sensory engagement on visitors with memory loss and their loved ones to low and high-tech approaches that have been effective in engaging people who have autism, this session will feature case studies from New York’s cultural institutions in efforts to spark creative thinking and inspire dialogue amongst presenters and attendees about what each of us can do to shape a culture of inclusion for people of all abilities, across the travel industry and beyond.

About Museum Access Consortium (MAC): MAC is an association that regularly hosts professional development workshops and offers a network of mutual support to help practitioners engage with disability advocates and people who have disabilities to learn about, implement, and strengthen best practices for access and inclusion in cultural facilities of all types throughout the New York metro area and beyond.

MAC website: museumaccessconsortium.org

MAC Facebookfacebook.com/museumaccess

MAC Twitter: @Maconsortium

Moderators
avatar for Cindy VandenBosch

Cindy VandenBosch

Founder, Turnstile Tours
Cindy VandenBosch is the founder of @TurnstileTours, a New York State registered benefit corporation that creates and operates unique, rigorously-researched, engaging tours and public programs in partnership with non-profit organizations and cultural institutions that bring together out-of-town visitors, community residents, and people of all ages and abilities.

Speakers
avatar for Miranda Appelbaum

Miranda Appelbaum

@Maconsortium | Miranda Appelbaum is the senior manager of accessibility & visitor services at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the chair of the Museum Access Consortium. She focuses on increasing access to cultural institutions for people with disabilities, and she has presented at local and national conferences on accessibility.
avatar for Michelle López

Michelle López

@mlopezartz | Michelle Lopez, director of community programming for the Children's Museum of the Arts, is committed to making cultural institutions more accessible for all audiences. She has been recognized for developing ground-breaking initiatives that strive for social inclusion and reflect the diversity of families in New York City.


Saturday April 18, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Industry Track - (The Matterhorn: 307-308 - 3rd Floor) 150 W. 83rd St. NY, NY 10024

Attendees (10)