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December 5, 2019

Interroger l’accès: Bonnes pratiques et modèles institutionnels

Hosted by OBORO


50 Saint-Catherine St W, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

December 5 at 5:30 PM

Best practices and institutional models, with William Beauchemin (Exeko), Tiphaine Girault and Paula Bath (SPiLL.PROpagation) and Julie Tremble (Vidéographe)

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This round table is part of “Interrogating Access“, a series of talks and workshops on accessibility in art and media production. The Interrogating Access series aims to equip artists, organisations and cultural workers with the means to better address accessibility issues in the arts and in media production. The round table on best practices and institutional models regarding accessibility present concrete initiatives put forward by Quebec cultural organisations. The panellists will address the following questions:

  • What does the notion of access represent in your field or organisation?
  • What are the barriers to access that your publics or members experience?
  • What concrete measures have you put in place to facilitate access to your services or to
    increase the participation of more diverse publics?

While recognizing that each organisation has different capacities and solutions to meet its own challenges, the ultimate goal of this roundtable is to generate ideas for actions that can be taken in order to improve the access conditions available to the staff, audiences and members of cultural organisations.

Free. No registration required. The conference will be in French. Please note that only QSL interpretation will be offered. Wheelchair accessible venue. Wheelchair accessible washrooms. The public is asked to help keep the space scent-free. For any accessibility questions, please contact Alexendre Brault at the Front Desk 514-844-3250 or at alexendre@oboro.net. Transit and parking information is available on the Centre for Sustainable Development website.