Expanding the arts: K23-68/2015E-PDF

a guidebook for working with artists who are deaf or have disabilities /

"This document is a resource for organizations working with people who are Deaf or who have disabilities. It contains information on appropriate terminology, tips, best practices and protocols compiled from a variety of sources. This guidebook was developed by the Canada Council for the Arts to support the implementation of its Expanding the Arts: Deaf and Disability Arts, Access and Equality Strategy. ... This resource should be treated as a living document. The environment within which people who are Deaf and who have disabilities continues to change. Best practices and protocols around accessibility and accommodation must be responsive to this continually changing environment"--Introd., p. 3.

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Department/Agency Canada Council for the Arts.
Title Expanding the arts
Subtitle a guidebook for working with artists who are deaf or have disabilities /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Cover title. "Spring 2015". Issued also in French under title: L'art à part entière : guide pour travailler avec des artistes sourds ou handicapés.
Date 2015.
Number of Pages 72 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • K23-68/2015E-PDF
Subject Terms Persons with disabilities, Hearing disabilities, Arts