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Accessible Arts Home Page

This website out of Australia has as its vision, "A society in which people with disabilities fully experience and participate in the arts and cultural life." A lot of information is available on this site, including projects, newsletter, training, and resources. However, the website lacks accessibility features.

Accessing the Arts (Australia)

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Posted by: Autumn1 on Wed Oct 12, 2011 at 8:34 p.m.

This website provides resources on inclusion for all in the field of arts. It gives individuals equal opportunities to experience the arts.

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