Arts and Disability Connect | Online Information Sessions

 

Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/09/2020 - 24/09/2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Online

Website
http://adiarts.ie/event/arts-and-disability-connect-information-session/

Email
amie@adiarts.ie

Categories

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Join Arts & Disability Ireland for four information sessions as we share insights about the New Work, Mentoring and Training awards available through the Arts and Disability Connect scheme. There will be a Q&A and we’ll leave plenty of time for people to ask questions.

The Arts and Disability Connect information sessions are for artists with disabilities who are applying for funding in round two and for people who are supporting them to apply.

These events will take place on Zoom and will be recorded.

Information on each session is available below:

  1. Arts and Disability Connect information session with ADI Project Manager, Amie Lawless on Tuesday 15 Sept from 11am. For more information click here.
  2. Arts and Disability Connect information session: New Work with ADI Project Manager, Amie Lawless and artist Emilie Conway on Thursday 17 Sept from 11am. For more information click here.
  3. Arts and Disability Connect information session: Mentoring with ADI Project Manager, Amie Lawless and artist Suzanne Walsh on Tuesday 22 Sept from 11am. For more information click here.
  4. Arts and Disability Connect information session: Training  with ADI Project Manager, Amie Lawless and artist Áine O’Hara on Thursday 24 Sept from 11am. For more information click here.

Access: Speech to text will be provided using Streamtext. Irish Sign Language interpretation will be automatically provided for the first session on Tuesday 15 September and on request for the remaining three sessions on 17, 22 and 24 September.

To request Irish Sign Language interpretation or if you have other access requirements to participate in this information session and would like to chat to Amie, please email amie@adiarts.ie.

Arts and Disability Connect is funded by the Arts Council and managed by Arts & Disability Ireland.

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