16 November Art & Accessibility: Tip #4 November 16, 2017 For Artists, For Educators, For Organizations, For the Public ADA, Art & Accessibility, OAC, Ohio Arts Council 0 Art & Accessibility Tip #4: Inclusivity and Accessibility in Organizations 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 Ohio Arts Council (OAC) is committed to ensuring ADA compliance and advocates for full access to the arts. Organizations that receive funding from the OAC must be fully accessible and inclusive of everyone. Did you know the Ohio Arts Council has several links on our website for quick accessibility tips for organizations? Just go to oac.ohio.gov/About/About-the-Council/Accessibility. For more information about making your arts programming accessible, contact your Ohio Arts Council program coordinator at oac.ohio.gov/About/Staff-Directory, including OAC Accessibility Coordinator Kim Turner at email@example.com. The Ohio Arts Council believes that everyone has the right of equal access to the arts. Each month, the ArtsOhio blog will include an accessibility tip for arts organizations. For additional accessibility resources, visit oac.ohio.gov/About/About-the-Council/Accessibility. ABOUT THE OHIO ARTS COUNCIL The Ohio Arts Council is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically. Connect with the OAC on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or visit our website at oac.ohio.gov. ### Article by Kim Turner, Investment Associate and ADA Coordinator Comments are closed.