ACM Conversations: Art & Accessibility
How can museums better facilitate learning and make art more accessible? Join a live conversation with ACM staff and a panel of speakers who will discuss the importance of art in the lives of seniors and people with disabilities. Our panel will share new approaches and opportunities, as well as hopes for museums and heritage institutions going forward.
- Cultural and intellectual access
- The impact of more art and museum programmes going digital for people with disabilities during the Covid-19 pandemic
- How audiences can be active contributors in the arts
We look forward to hearing from you about your ideas on how museums might change and adapt to serve new audiences.
Cherry Thian, Senior Manager | Asian Civilisations Museum
Chong Kwek Bin, IT Programme Executive | Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH)
Clara Loh, Day Activity Centre Assistant Manager | SPD
Dr Esther Joosa, Disability arts expert and practice consultant | Arts of the Earth Learning Hub Pte Ltd
Lee Sze-Chin, Art Therapist, Artist, Art Educator
Save the date and tune in to ACM Facebook and YouTube live!
|Date:||14 August 2020|
|Ticketing Info:||Session is free of charge|