Category: Consulting

NETneXt Community Agreements Within Ensembles

In this first community agreement Circle-Up, we’ll start to develop collective language through peer-based knowledge exchange, listening, and learning. This will be an active work session to share and collect examples of community and collaboration agreements from the NET membership.

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Conflict to Connection

Through practical exercises and insightful prompts, you can navigate disagreements with empathy and constructive communication. By preparing for positive disagreements, you’ll not only resolve conflicts but also build stronger, more meaningful connections. Get ready to embark on a journey that turns conflict into a stepping stone toward deeper relationships.

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Crip Rave

Crip Rave™ is a Toronto-based collective, event platform, and consulting hub showcasing and prioritizing Crip, Disabled, Deaf, Mad and Sick body-minds within safer and more accessible rave spaces.

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BAY AREA ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

Are you producing an accessible performance or are you part of the disability community and need accessibility? We highly recommend checking out Bay Area Accessible Performances, a fantastic resource brought to you by Gravity Access Services.

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Image credit: Olivia Ting, “Song Without Words”, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist.

Experiments in Art, Access & Technology

Experiments in Art, Access & Technology, or E.A.A.T. chronicles the emergence of access as an animating principle of art, science, and technology.Meesh Fradkin, Carmen Papalia, Josephine Sales, Andy Slater, and Olivia Ting premiere new work developed in the Leonardo CripTech Incubator, an art and technology fellowship for disability innovation.

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Understanding Creative Commons

Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that provides a set of licenses and tools designed to enable the sharing and use of creative works while giving creators the ability to choose the level of flexibility and protection they want for their creations. Creative Commons licenses allow creators to retain copyright while allowing others to use their works under certain conditions.

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LEAD Cultural Arts Accessibility

As an integral part of the Kennedy Center’s Access/VSA International Network, the Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability (LEAD) program advances the full inclusion of people with disabilities in arts and culture. With a focus on expanding the breadth and scope of accessible programming, LEAD provides an opportunity for professionals in the field to develop best practices and resources; engage in conversations with colleagues and experts from around the world; and learn practical methods for designing inclusive arts experiences and environments.

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