As Stevie Wonder once said, “We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability”.
Join in a conversation with access advocates who will share insights, ideas and suggestions on how museums and galleries can embed empathetic and inclusive design principles at the heart of their programs.
- Dr Scott Hollier, Digital Access Specialist, Author and Lecture: With a Ph.D. in Internet Studies and project management experience across the not-for-profit, corporate and government sectors, Scott is an internationally-recognised researcher and speaker. While his commitment to supporting the needs of people with disabilities is well recognised, it’s his other pursuits that often highlight his ability to overcome the little things to achieve the everyday things as a legally blind person – be it retro gaming, giving back to the community, running with the Olympic Torch or travelling to all seven continents.
- Jacqueline Homer, Head of Production at DADAA. DADAA is a not-for-profit community arts and cultural development (CACD) organisation, focusing on creating significant positive social change and opportunities for people with a disability or a mental illness.
- Althea Gordon, Community Development Coordinator at Alzheimer's Australia
- Siobhan Wilkins, Younger Onset Dementia Consultant at Alzheimer's Australia
- Alex Budge, Younger Onset Dementia Consultant at Alzheimer's Australia
- Caine Chennatt, Access dvocate at LWAG, Audience Development Manager at UWA Cultural Precinct
This event is held in support of the United Nations International Day of People with Disability on December 3.