The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal civil rights law designed to prevent discrimination and enable individuals with disabilities to participate fully in all aspects of society. The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) is committed to making our programs and services accessible to all stakeholders. MSAC events are open to the public and located at accessible venues. Reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request. Please contact the MSAC’s Accessibility Coordinator two weeks in advance to make your request or to obtain additional information. The MSAC welcomes comments on how to improve and enhance our services for people with disabilities. If you are unsure if an organization or facility is in compliance, please contact your Accessibility Coordinator, Precious Blake at email@example.com OR 410-767-6476.
MSAC ACCESSIBILITY COORDINATOR
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ARTS & ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCES
BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ARTS (BMA)
The BMA welcomes all visitors to experience their collection. They want you to feel comfortable participating in and enjoying their exhibitions and events, and they seek to give every visitor an equal opportunity to experience the art.
THE CLARICE AT UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
The Clarice is committed to making its performances and facilities accessible to all guests. A list of the services they offer is listed on their website.
NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS (NEA) OFFICE OF ACCESSIBILITY
This site offers resources to make the arts accessible for people with disabilities, older adults, veterans, and people living in institutions.
THE KENNEDY CENTER (VSA): THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION ON ARTS AND DISABILITY
VSA offers a variety of programs to enhance participation in the arts for people with disabilities.
NATIONAL ARTS AND DISABILITY CENTER (NADC)
NADC promotes inclusion in all facets of the arts community for both audience members and artists with disabilities.
LEADERSHIP EXCHANGE IN ARTS AND DISABILITY (LEAD)
This organization promotes accessibility in cultural environments and facilitates a national network of cultural arts administrators in order to share resources and practical strategies.
ASSOCIATION OF SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY CENTERS (ASTC) DIVERSITY, ACCESSIBILITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION
ASTC includes a variety of information and resources to support science centers and museums in creating accessible facilities, exhibits, programs, and activities.
SMITHSONIAN ACCESSIBILITY PROGRAM
The Accessibility Program shares resources such as Smithsonian Guidelines for Accessible Exhibition Design (link is external) and Smithsonian Publication Guidelines.