Kinetic Light Dancers Take Disability Arts to New Heights
The episode features American Sign Language by interpreter Angela Vilavong, who collaborated with interpreter Pilar Marsh. The voice-over appears in the integrated open captions (OC,) which are visible at the bottom of the screen. Audio Description (AD) includes a verbal description of the episode, with narration by Rebecca Singh. The Audio Description can optionally be downloaded as a separate audio file, and a transcript of the Audio Description and voice-over are also available for download to experience alongside the episode.
VIA: Art Ability
Saturday, November 6, 2021 ▪ 6:00 – 8:00 pm EST Virtual Celebration
With just 4 days to go before we celebrate Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital’s community programs, Art Ability and Project SEARCH, we hope you’ll take a moment today to register to attend our Virtual Celebration on Saturday, November 6. It’s free to attend, but registration is required to receive the Zoom link for the live-streamed event.
Audio Description as a Creative Catalyst
Here at Unlimited, we believe access is not an afterthought and that accessible content can be approached in a creative manner. So we asked artist, curator and cultural programmer, Cathy Mager of the award winning Culture in Quarantine short ‘Sign Night’; a little about how audio description can enhance the creative process and how to best include audio description in your work.
CAMPIX - Chad Alan Madson Photography
Many thanks to artist Micah Bazant for creating this image just for #CripTheVote! Feel free to share! And be sure to check out and support Micah's artwork:
mage description: Illustration with large red text: "Crip the Vote" above two disabled queer people of color surrounded by flowers and radiating love. One person is Black, uses a wheelchair and a ventilator, and has a drink with a plastic straw on her tray. A butterfly is resting on her wrist. The other person is Chinese American, fat and uses a cane. Artist credit: Micah Bazant
Let’s Explore with Cor Cor
Written By: Cory Lee & Sandy Gilbreath
Illustrated By: Amanuel Moore
Available July 26th, 2020
Reasonable Adjustment: the disabled radicals you’ve never heard of
An exhibition which highlights a little-known faction of the disabled people’s movement challenges assumptions and examines the tactics disabled activists use to fight back. Gill Crawshaw finds out what drives disabled people to take extreme action.
Dragons Love Tacos’ is a play for kids, so we asked a kid to review it
Oregon Children’s Theatre offers up some pretty good advice for when you’re faced with four hungry dragons – TACOS! The stage musical is a dance-filled journey into the field of “Dragonology,” with equal parts ridiculous fun and delicious whimsy.Owen Carey Photography
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