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Adelaide Festival makes accessing arts easier
 

The Adelaide Festival of Arts strives to make its events available for all to enjoy, this includes support in the access of Deaf and disabled audiences, and on Wednesday 3 December 2014, Adelaide Festival CEO Karen Bryant launched the Access Program for the 2015 festival.

 

The Access Program provides information on the range of performances supported by Audio Description or Auslan services, as well as giving information on the physical access of various venues. The Access Program also outlines booking arrangements and special access ticketing prices available.
 

There are a number of alternative versions of the 2015 Adelaide Festival program available on their website including:

  • An audio program
  • A large print text-only program
  • Rich Text Format (RTF)
  • Auslan program description videos
  • Braille on request

 

By outlining performances and events within the 2015 festival program that meet the access requirements of Deaf and disabled audiences the Adelaide Festival aims to be as accessible as possible to the largest audience.
 

Check out accessible performances on the Access2ASrts EVENTS page.

 

 

 

 

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