23 Apr Experiences in Audio Description for the Visual and Performing Arts: A Virtual Workshop
What is audio description? How is it used in museums and live performance? What does it bring to the experience for presenters, performers and the audience/visitor? It is an accommodation, but it can also be a creative element in itself. As more and more content moves online to multimedia platforms, equipped with audio and video capabilities. learn about how audio description can make your content accessible. Join MAC’s Virtual professional development workshop to learn about audio description on Broadway, in modern dance and in museums.
Nefertiti Matos, Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, The New York Public Library
Ruth Starr, Accessibility Manager, Cooper Hewitt Museum
Peter Trojc, Accessibility Director, Heidi Latsky Dance
Kyle Wright, Director, Shubert Theaters Digital Projects
Please register via Eventbrite link to join Zoom meeting. Password will be emailed to participants on the day of the event.
Meeting ID: 941 9870 2592
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- Program Development | Resource Development
- Educators | Advocates | Art Administrators
- Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
- Zoom - Online Event