Mindful Communication 2.0

In the foreground an audience attends a panel conversation on mindful communication. Four panelists sit at a table in the background.

Mindful Communication 2.0

Language is so much more than the spoken word – it is about the desire to communicate our thoughts and feelings, hopes, and frustrations. MAC convenes a panel to discuss the experience of communicating in the arts and cultural sector. Our panelists will address the breadth of language use, from visual descriptive language for people with low-vision to interpretive programs for people who are hard of hearing. By the end of this session, attendees will be prepared to assess how they use language in their programs and get connected to resources for making their programs more accessible.

 

This program is a follow-up to last year’s “Mindful Communication” program. A transcript of that program is available by clicking here

 

CART and ASL-English interpretation will be provided.

 

Join us in conversation:

February 10

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

The Jewish Museum

1109 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128

 

Register for this program by clicking here.

 

With Panelists:

Joyce Hom, a Deaf Educator and Museum Worker at the Jewish Museum, Whitney, and Brooklyn Museum

 

Paula Stuttman, Verbal Description educator at MoMA, Whitney, and Jewish Museum

 

Ruth Bernstein, Hearing Loss Association of America Board Member



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