Arts Access


Arts Access
Arts Access is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Raleigh, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arts Access which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arts Access on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

Contact information for Arts Access is:
401 Oberlin Rd
Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 833-9919
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Arts Access Inc shared Duke Disability Alliance's post.
Arts Access Inc we look forward to talking with the Duke community tonight about how to make the arts welcoming and inclusive to people of all abilities!
Hi Everyone, Come to the chapel from 5-7 PM this evening for a hands-on, eye opening experience! Learn how people with low vision can access visual art from experts in the field and try your hand at making works accessible!

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Arts Access Inc shared Duke Disability Alliance's event.
Next Week at Duke!
Come participate throughout the week with Duke Disability Alliance and Pi Kappa Phi in our annual Disability Pride Week. We'll have events all week long to raise awareness disability issues and how we can better make the world a more accessible place and celebrating all of the those with disabilities. ***We would like to sincerely thank the Duke Student Government and the Student Organization Finance Committee for their support, financial, and otherwise, of these events.*** Event line-up: Monday 27 March: "Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement." A documentary screening and discussion. 7-9 PM, McClendon Tower level 2. Tuesday 28 March: "Accessibility in the Arts: An Exploration." 5-7 PM, Duke Memorial Chapel. (Planned in coordination with Arts Access, Raleigh, and the Nasher Museum). Wednesday 29 March: "Pie a PiKapp": Pi Kappa Phi's fundraiser for the Ability Experience. 11 AM - 5 PM, Bryan Center Plaza. AND: "Psychiatric Drugs: An Open Conversation." A student roundtable discussion hosted by Olivia Lee. 6-7 PM, Social Sciences 107. Thursday 30 March: Accessibility Matters Day. Pledge here to walk only accessible routes for an entire day: Friday 31 March: "Making the Invisible Visible: an artist's perspective": a viewing of the Disability Pride mural and a brief lecture by Alex Chan, student artist. 3:30-4:00, Bryan Center Griffith Board Room. AND: "Meeting for Worship": a silent reflection and sharing of thoughts on mental difference and inclusion. 4:00-5:00, Bryan Center Griffith Board Room. AND: "NeuroDIVERSITY and Inclusion": an exhibition of visual and digital student work from Writing 101: Modernism and Madness. 5:30-7:30 pm, West Union. Celebrating disability rights leaders: Disability Pride Week celebrates the work of disability rights activists and advocates for equal access and opportunities for people with disabilities. Advocates like Justin Dart Jr., Karen Gaffney, Haben Girma, Corbette O'toole, John Elder Robinson, and Ed Roberts (all of whom are featured on our flyers for the week) embody these values that we celebrate this week through their work in higher education, law, scientific research, and social justice. Flyer Sources: Justin Dart: Text source: Image Source: Karen Gaffney: Text source: Image Source: Haben Girma: Text sources:, Image Source: Corbette O'toole: Text sources:,;NAAN=13030&doc.view=frames& Image Source: John Elder Robinson: Text source: Image Source: Ed Roberts: Text source: Image Source:
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