Accessibility in the Arts Icon Set
The team at Creative Users has designed a special Accessibility in the Arts icons package (containing 25 icons) for all of your print, web and marketing needs.
This toolkit was developed by the School of Media Studies and Information Technology at Humber College, Tangled Art + Disability and in collaboration with disability-identified, Mad and Deaf Humber students and artists.
The result is an accessible PDF resource of developing practices that informs and educates artists, arts organizations, curators, students, staff and faculty on ways to incorporate accessibility into the presentation of art and design. The project provides practical guidelines around inclusion and access in art galleries and spaces.
Download the accessibility toolkit by Humber College and Tangled Art + Disability (PDF)
ArtsBuild Ontario Accessibility in Creative Spaces Webinar Series & Toolkit
These resources feature innovative ideas and solutions to support creative spaces such as galleries, museums, theatres and culture hubs in making their spaces more accessible.
Access the ArtsBuild Accessibility in Creative Spaces webinar series & toolkit
Deaf Artists & Theatres Toolkit (DATT)
The Deaf Artists & Theatres Toolkit by Cahoots Theatre Company serves as a resource and guide to increase innovative collaborations between professional theatre companies and Deaf artists as well as to increase engagement with Deaf audiences.
Visit the Deaf Artists & Theatres Toolkit by Cahoots Theatre
Expanding the Arts: A Guidebook for Working with Artists who are Deaf or have Disabilities
The Canada Council for the Arts has produced a guidebook for organizations working with people who are Deaf or who have disabilities. The guidebook containts terminology, tips and best practices for organizations who are working to increase participation of people with disabilities in their work and programming.
Accessing the Expanding the Arts guidebook (PDF)
GeneratorTO: Artist Producer Resource
A great resource for the performing arts community in Canada. Generator has gathered tips, tricks, and best practices for producing live performance in Canada and put them together in one place. Check out their Accessibility section for resources to help make your performances accessible for artists and audiences, and more.
Visit GeneratorTO’s Artist Producer Resource
ReelAccess: A Guide to Accessible Film Festivals and Screenings
From large-scale film festivals to individual film screenings, this booklet by ReelAbilities Film Festival: Toronto will give you resources on accessibility for people with disabilities so the magic of cinema is available to everyone!